When properly suspended, it facilitates for many combinations of exercises stimulating the proprioceptive, vestibular and visual systems.
It is used for developing bilateral motor co-ordination, balance reflexes, visuomotor co-ordination, tonic (especially labyrinthine) reflex integration, improving postural (flexor and extensor) muscle tone and general stimulation of the nervous system through strong activation of the vestibular and proprioceptive system receptors.
Children with sensory integration issues have a number of ways to react to the environment. Sensory integration is a way of describing brain processes that help us take, organize, and respond effectively to information received or gathered from our 5 senses.
A fun way of doing Sensory Exercises and an essential part of any Sensory Diet prescribed by an Occupational Therapist.
Size: Diameter 60 cm.
Product Purpose: Sensory Integration Therapy
Assembly: Assembly required