Z-Vibe Motor Tool Aids in Speech and Sensory Difficulties

As small children learn to talk, speech errors are quite common. Learning how to say all the different sounds in words takes years to develop. However, by the age of eight, kids should be able to say all sounds in English with no major errors. Otherwise, it can be a sign of an articulation disorder. […]

Find Peace with Noise-Canceling Headsets

We have a few blogs in the mix coming up that will focus on assistive technology and tools to help increase your attention and concentration. First up, we have outlined noise-canceling headsets that can aid people with ADD/ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder and other attention disabilities. We’ve discussed these headsets during one of our recent BITES […]

Sensory Jungle Water Beads for Special Needs

Encouraging sensory exploration is essential for several individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, or other special needs.  Sensory Jungle Water Beads for children are one example of a sensory product and have “been clinically tested to provide the sensory input that special needs’ kids desire.” Sensory Jungle water beads “encourage sensory exploration by creating a soothing […]

5 Sensory Processing Apps

Whenever I go to write a blog post anymore, it seems as though I always lean towards apps.  This is because tablets and smartphones are versatile and have a ton of potential, especially for individuals with special needs.  Today’s blog is no exception, as I’m going to cover a list of apps for children with Sensory […]

Raindrop Swing

I have written about countless products from Fun and Function over the past several months.  The company provides so many unique and often affordable solutions for individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, learning disabilities, and so much more!  The Raindrop Swing is yet another unique solution that could be used for home, sensory rooms, or clinical settings! The Raindrop […]

7 Solutions for Biting and Chewing

A while back, I discussed several different fidgets for individuals with autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, sensory processing disorder, and more (blog links at bottom of this page).  Fidgets are developed for children and adults who need to keep their hands, fingers, feet, and/or mouths busy.  In these blogs, I covered a couple of options to help individuals […]