If your child is experiencing behavioral issues due to a sensory processing disorder, ADHD or another diagnosis, our therapy swing can have a huge impact on their development.
Swinging For Sensory Processing Challenges
Vestibular processing: for children who struggle with vestibular processing (kids whose desire for constant movement interferes with daily activities), the swing provides vestibular input through swinging back and forth, side to side or spinning.
Proprioceptive processing: for children who struggle with proprioceptive processing (kids who are prone to pushing, pulling, jumping, crashing into things, etc.), the swing provides proprioceptive input through compression, like a hug. Because the material doesn’t stretch as much as competitor swings, it provides more deep pressure.
Swinging For Compression & Calmness
For children who struggle with self-regulation and attention (kids who are easily frustrated or have trouble focusing on age-appropriate tasks), the swing can help calm their nervous system and enhance their focus for hours later into their day.
Swinging For Autism, ADHD & More
For children who have been diagnosed with ADHD/ADD, Autism, Down Syndrome, developmental delay, cognitive/learning challenges, Apraxia, SPD or a speech/language delay, the swing can significantly enhance their play and development.