Gel Floor Tiles for Sensory Integration

For many individuals with sensory processing disorder, ADHD, autism, and more, they may need some type of sensory-integrating product to help them relax.  Sensory-friendly toy company Fun and Function offers the Gel Floor Tile, which is a unique item that is squishy, colorful, and calming! According to the Gel Floor Tile’s description, it is “visual […]

4 Fun and Functional Sensory Kits

Here at the INDATA Project, we are always writing about different products and apps to help individuals with sensory issues.  We’ve covered fidgets, sensory rooms, and much more, but we have yet to discuss sensory kits manufactured by Fun and Function.  Fun and Function is a company dedicated to creating different products to benefit individuals with […]

Learn ABC’s of Sign Language with Fingerspelling Blocks

Looking for a fun, interactive way to teach your child fingerspelling?  The Fingerspelling Blocks is an ideal, hands-on toy designed to teach young children (ages 3 and up) how to fingerspell! All 26 letters of the English alphabet are included in the Fingerspelling Blocks with corresponding sign language hand shapes molded on top.  According to the […]

7 Toys for Sensory Integration/Autism– Holiday Gift Guide 2015 Part 4

Ho…Ho…Ho!  Santa Claus will be coming to town in just 15 days!  (Where has the time gone?!)  If you haven’t finished your holiday shopping for your child with (or without) special needs, be sure to check out my 3 featured blogs for some excellent gift ideas: 8 Gift Ideas for Auditory Development 6 Toys for Motor Skill Development […]

6 Toy Ideas to Encourage Language–Part 3: Holiday Gift Guide 2015

Welcome to part 3 of the Holiday Gift Guide!  If you haven’t checked out the first 2 parts, be sure to check ’em out!  The first post discussed 8 different toys that could benefit a child’s auditory development, and the second covered 6 toys to practice motor skill development!  In today’s post, I’ll provide you with 7 […]

8 Toys for Auditory Development–2015 Holiday gift guide for children with special needs: Part 1

This morning I awoke to sparkling frost covering blades of grass and my van’s windows.  Though I am not at all ready for the cold (nor will I ever be!), the feeling of Jack Frost nipping at my nose always makes me grin from ear to ear because I know the holiday season will soon be here! […]