TOTville has equipped its sensory gym with a wide range of apparatuses, including linear and rotational swings, climbing walls, vertical and horizontal ladders, zip lines, trapezes, and crash pads. These apparatuses present children with both proprioceptive and vestibular sensory input so they can work on their fine and gross motor skills at the same time.
More details can be found at https://totville.com/sensory-gym.html
With the updates, the center aims to provide children with a safe and judgment-free setting where they can work on their cognitive, behavioral, and social skills. The gym is meant to be a supplement to traditional sensory disorder treatments, amplifying and reinforcing the results achieved through other methods.
While in the sensory gym, children get to enjoy both free play and guided activities. The guided activities are usually tailored to each child’s individual developmental needs and overseen by TOTville’s licensed therapists. This balance of free play and guided activities gives children a chance to be independent and curious while also ensuring they get the necessary care and attention they require.
Generally speaking, children with sensory integration dysfunction (SID) or sensory processing disorder (SPD) will get the most benefit out of using the sensory gym; however, children with other physical and mental disorders–or children without any disorders at all–may also profit from using the facility.
“We have loved our experience at TOTville,” said a satisfied client. “The therapists are very professional and to the point. They figured out my nephew’s obstacles and got to work on them immediately. Within two months, he had improved his fine motor skills, developed strength in his upper and lower extremities, and increased his tolerance to sensory stimuli.”
Parents or guardians who are interested in signing their children up for a session in the sensory gym can call TOTville at the number in the description or fill out the contact form on their website.
TOTville has been providing clients with occupational therapy services since 2017. In addition to its sensory gym, the company also offers orofacial myofunctional therapy, lactation and feeding support, aqua therapy, and more.
Interested parties can find more information at https://totville.com/sensory-gym.html
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