An Awesome Sensory Swing
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My review on how great this sensory swing is for children with special needs, based on my experience with for my 6 year old daughter with autism.
Hi there moms and dads out there, how’s the pandemic treating you?
If you’re anything like me, it’s been a mixture of tough and rewarding.
My daughter is 6 years old, has autism, and is in virtual kindergarten, and it’s too cold out to even attempt anything safely right now.
So even though her birthday and Christmas just passed, some items she had long before the pandemic and the holidays that she barely touched are now keeping her busy indoors.
One thing that she can spend hours doing is using her sensory swing. This thing is AMAZING.
If you don’t know what it is, a sensory swing is a swing that you can make your child with special needs feel safe. It can help soothe them when they are getting overwhelmed, overly stimulated, angry, etc.
My daughter will take her books or dolls inside the swing with her and just swing and relax, or she will do cool tricks on it to burn some energy out.
To make it even more awesome is that it’s safe, the material is super strong and stretchy, and it’s easy to install. We’ve had this for two years and it looks brand new and unused till this day. No matter how she uses it, pulls it, etc, it’s in great condition.
I should also mention this is adjustable to the size and height of your child, too!
I really recommend this swing to anyone who has a child with special needs and needs an outlet like this indoors to keep busy, while we all try to make our way through this pandemic and pray our kids go back to school soon!
If you’d like to take a look and see for yourself, here is the link below to this great sensory swing!
If anyone has any other questions or concerns about the swing, please contact me and i’ll be more then happy to help!
And here’s a couple of pictures closer of how it looks in our apartment, which has space limitations but works just fine. She swings freely back and forth into the living room!