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Website for professionals and parents that provides sensory toys and therapy equipment for special needs children to help learn adaptive responses for what they may lack or crave.
3155 Northwoods Parkway
Norcross, GA 30071
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides products for children with learning and sensory differences. The Integrations Store includes products for the following categories: accessories and parts, adapted play, body works, dramatic play, education station, furniture aids,interactions, on the move, other instructional materials, positions please, resources and sensorimotor.
Insurance not accepted.
Most in-stock orders ship within 24 hours and are delivered to you within one to three business days.
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Master Mix Academy
Sensory DJ Workshop
David Mays, executive director
7421 S. Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60616
The sensory DJ workshop provides fun sensory simulation exercises, based on the sensory perception and motor activities of a disc jockey. The sensory DJ workshop is designed for children with special needs (autism/cognitive impairment) and conducted in a musical sensory friendly environment. Master Mix Academy can bring the sensory DJ workshop to your event or educational institution.
Cost: individual rate: (on-site or mobile workshop):
$75 for two-hour workshop (1-2 participants):
free audio and MP3 music (assorted CD colors).
Group rate: (on-site or mobile workshop):
$350 for two-hour workshop (6-10 participants):
free audio and MP3 music ()assorted CD colors).
Private and public insurance not accepted.
Seguin Services, Inc.
3100 S. Central Ave.
Cicero, IL 60804
Provides a sensory room that is visually active and physically relaxing. Room includes: a light show featuring bubble tubes that change colors, a vibro chair with relaxing music playing through it, images on a floor mat with different activities that can be played by the participants. Individuals with autism spend 20 minutes in the room, 20 minutes at a time, and the ideal situation is with one person with a disability and one person guiding them through different activities, allowing them to interact with their environment.
Southpaw Enterprises, Inc.
P.O. Box 1047
Dayton, OH 45401
Offer sensory integration and developmental products, pediatric therapy equipment, resources, and support for therapeutic professionals, health care professionals, schools, and families. Products for the following categories include: early intervention, oral motor, gross motor skills, living aids, mats and protection, weighted vests, helmets, mobility, weight and resistance, etc. Visit their website to request a catalog.
Business Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. EST
Insurance not accepted.
Most items are in stock and will be shipped within 10 working days.
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STITCHES by Anne
Custom-made weighted blankets, lap pads, vests, hats, animal critters, cooling vests, bibs, infant head rest, neck cushions and more. Weighted products provide deep pressure touch stimulation providing a naturally calming effect. Customers who have benefited from the deep pressure touch stimulation include those of all ages with autism spectrum disorder.
Comments, questions or to order email: email@example.com
Cost: $8 and up (plus shipping).
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