Sensory Pegboard for Children with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities

RecyclingOTPublished: July 11, 2017Updated: July 12, 201736 views
Published: July 11, 2017Updated: July 12, 2017

My "sensory pegboard" is easy to use because the "pegs" are actually bottles, large and easy to grasp and insert into the large holes. These "pegs" do not easily fall out! This helps children with decreased motor control. But the best part is the sensory stimulation provided by the weight of the water bottles, looking at colorful objects moving inside the bottle, the vibration and the music. These types of sensory-based adaptations help children and adults with developmental disabilities to engage and develop hand skills. Learn more at RecyclingOT.com

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