Have A Look At Spectroom Playzone: Children with Disability NZ Our mission is to make New Zealand the most disabled child friendly region in the world! Search for: What is a spectrum playspace How To Provide Children With Various Autism Spectrum Disorders & Other Sensory Integration Disorders Increased Levels Of Sensory Stimulation: What Is A Spectrum Playspace? Providing children with autism spectrum disorders and other sensory integration disorders with increased levels of sensory stimulation can be a helpful way to support their sensory needs. Here are some strategies that may be helpful: Sensory activities: Sensory activities such as playing with sand, water, or slime, or engaging in tactile activities such as finger painting or playing with textured objects, can help provide children with increased levels of sensory stimulation.Movement activities: Movement activities such as jumping on a trampoline, swinging, or riding a bike can provide children with a proprioceptive input and help regulate their sensory systems.Deep pressure activities: Deep pressure activities such as rolling a therapy ball over a child's body or wrapping them in a weighted blanket can provide a calming effect and help regulate their sensory systems.Visual and auditory activities: Visual and auditory activities such as playing with bubbles, watching a light show or listening to calming music can help provide children with increased levels of sensory stimulation.Sensory toys: Providing children with sensory toys such as fidget spinners, chewy toys, or squishy balls can help provide increased levels of sensory stimulation and promote sensory regulation. It is important to note that every child is different and may have unique sensory needs, so it is essential to work with a qualified healthcare professional or occupational therapist to develop an individualized sensory plan that best meets the needs of the child. From The Head Of Our Team Our Friendly CEO Glen McMillan “Children with Disability NZ supports disabled children with encouragement and positive influence.” - Glen McMillan. Contact Us Our Mission Is To Make New Zealand The Most Disability-Friendly Region In The World! Who Are We What We Do Kids Stories Kids Book's Legacy Plans Current Projects Useful Apps Give A Little Fund Raising We Need Help Our Media Reports Ways To Donate Wheelchair Accessible Seesaw Wheelchair Accessible Swing Grand Opening Wheelchair Swing Frequently Asked Questions Looking After A Disabled Child Contact Us Business Hours: By Appointment Only... Monday - Friday - 10:00am - 5:00pm Saturday - Sunday Closed! Postal Address: 61 Riverside Drive,Riverside, Whangārei 0112 Contact Us: Phone: 021- 685- 400 email@example.com Sponsored By Website Design Whangārei: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Page: Give Us A Follow!