Spandex Stuff - products for kids with sensory needs
- December 17, 2020
- Ally Cohen
- Special Needs Parents
Spandex Stuff was established by an Occupational Therapist working with children with sensory integration difficulties. The need for sensory products in therapy as well as in the home was identified. The company therefore aims to provide therapists and parents with a variety of sensory products made from spandex materials. These products can be used by children with a variety of sensory needs. The products can be used in different ways in order to provide the children with vestibular and/or proprioceptive input.
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Johannesburg South Africa
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