Sensory Items

Sensory Items

Sensory items encompass a wide range of products designed to stimulate or soothe the senses, particularly in individuals with sensory processing difficulties or sensory integration disorders. These items can include tactile toys, auditory aids, visual stimulation tools, and olfactory or gustatory experiences. Modified sensory items are specifically tailored or adjusted to suit the unique sensory needs of individuals with conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, or sensory processing disorder. Modifications may involve altering textures, intensifying or softening sounds and lights, or providing sensory input in controlled, predictable ways to help regulate sensory experiences and promote relaxation or focus. The aim of modified sensory items is to support sensory integration and provide individuals with comforting or stimulating experiences that promote emotional regulation, attention, and overall well-being.

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Amanda Cook, Assistive Technology Specialist

a.cook@gwisco.org

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