Meeting sensory needs with comfort, warmth, activity.

6 Fun Sensory Stimulation Aids for Alzheimer's, Autism and Dementia

Tactile Sensory Toys for Alzheimer's Patients

Meeting sensory needs with comfort, warmth and activity.

While Alzheimer's and dementia may not be a full on sensory processing disorder, these sensory products can encourage sensory processing. They're also great for autism and special needs individuals. Many of them also have a built-in auditory feature to help in central auditory processing and stimulation, helpful for many with light to moderate hearing loss. These items are created as perfect sensory room equipment and are the perfect combination with other products such as a weighted blanket. Considered by many to be therapy toys, they work well for kids and adults to also encourage fine motor development and motor skill stimulation. These fidget toys are the perfect addition for occupational therapists to share with clients for a more complete sensory integration. Order them all for a more complete sensory kit.