Sensory Motor Aids

The sensory motor aids featured in this section are made to improve a child's touch and feel skills. Soft play items like play balls and aids to improve balance and co-ordination are included here.
A range of therapy and massage balls with a spiky surface.
A colourful hand-held device which helps blow up smaller inflatables such as Gym Balls.
A plastic hand pump that can be used to inflate gym balls and other therapy equipment.
A range of inflatable gym balls that can be used in training, therapy and rehab.
A simple activity cube that can help develop fine motor skills.
A wobble board that is useful for training, therapy and rehabilitation.
A set of unique smelling dough blocks that are designed to teach the user about different smells.
A more gentle, stable alternative to a traditional exercise ball, suiting children or less agile adults.
This pack of six spongy balls can be used in motor control therapy.
Exercise rolls that provide more stability than balls, ideal for children.
A useful kit for testing perception and sensory abilities.
This pop-up fabric house is useful for sensory and motor therapy.
A 30-hole wooden pegboard and brightly coloured pegs to entertain users of any age and ability.
A range of flat-bottomed, dense foam rolls for use in body positioning.
Versatile posture rolls for a wide range of balance and body positioning activities.
An easy to put up dark room that can be used in light and sensory therapy.
A range of fun light-up accessories to play with, ideal for use with the Junior Dark Den.
A portable sensory pod that can be used in combination or alone, ideal for various therapeutic environments.
This testing shield is useful for helping a patient focus during sensory assessment.
A range of versatile foam rolls that can help with positioning support and therapy.
A set of ten rubber discs of different shapes and colours that can be used in a range of different therapies.
A kit containing a range of interesting objects for use in tactile therapy.
A range of dense foam wedges for use in therapy and as seating support.
A sensory kit that contains a variety of interesting and unusual objects.
This board can be used in motor control and sensory training.
A padded foam wedge that aids in promoting proper leg position.
A pack of various objects that can provide sensory stimulation, for use in tactile therapy.
A wooden easel that enables a group to play the classic game of noughts and crosses.
A projector that displays an image of rotating coloured oil onto a wall or ceiling.
An extra-thick and comfortable mat for exercise and rehab purposes.