Visual Toys & Tools for Sensory Processing Disorders
A sensory processing disorder causes the brain to misinterpret stimuli, creating hyper- or hypo-sensitivity to touch, tastes, smells, sound or sight. Kids who crave visual feedback are less sensitive to external input they receive, which might cause them to fixate on moving or pulsating lights, stand too close to the television, stare at the ceiling fan for long periods of time, or obsess with shiny objects or reflections. While it's important to regulate the time children spend self-stimulating, this process is an important part of relieving tension or for relaxation. We carry a wide range of visually enticing toys and games for sensory seekers, from simple small fidgets to elaborate and beautiful sensory wall panels. Create a variety of fun and stimulating sensory environments with our selection of visually engaging products, each carefully curated to to help your child learn, grow and reach his full potential.