3 Sensory Toys for Special Needs Children

The Best Sensory Toys for Special Needs Children

Did you know? According to the National Library of Medicine, 5-16% of school-aged children suffer from Sensory Processing Disorder—and up to 90% of children with autism are overly sensitive to sensory stimuli.

Parents have long sought out sensory toys to alleviate their children’s extreme irritability, restlessness, and discomfort. These objects provide a fun outlet for children with special needs to engage in calming, manipulative play.

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