Sensory diets are the tailoring and scheduling of physical activities to meet individual sensory needs.
Children who are overstimulated or have sensory overload benefit from a sensory diet. These diets include calming activities that help them come down from the overloaded state they are in.
Children with low energy levels benefit from being stimulated with sensory awareness. By improving sensory awareness this can help them focus in the classroom, learn new skills, and establish healthy social habits with other children.
Our sensory toys and products can be used as aids to design sensory activities / diets as part of a sensory integration therapy plan to support people who are on the spectrum of sensory processing disorders.