Sensory Table for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

RecyclingOTPublished: September 9, 2018Updated: September 12, 201815 views
Published: September 9, 2018Updated: September 12, 2018

This "sensory table" enables me to provide a fun, safe area for clients to pull, push, squeeze, roll and even pedal an arm cycle. The materials are strapped onto the table and nothing reaches as far as their mouths- removing choking risks. The idea came when I observed these individuals reaching over to grab materials other clients were using for insertions, puzzles or ring stacks.

Some materials on this "sensory table" make sounds or vibrate. It’s a work in progress as I add new items that my clients may enjoy or remove items they grow bored with....

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