Occupational Therapy Month- Sensory and Therapy Collection – TPG Creations/The Pencil Grip, Inc.

Occupational Therapy Month- Sensory and Therapy Collection

Occupational Therapy Month- Sensory and Therapy Collection

Occupational Therapy Month is celebrated every April to recognize and raise awareness of the important work that occupational therapists do to help people of all ages achieve their goals, participate in daily activities, and live fulfilling lives! 

Shop the Sensory and Therapy Collection

This week 4/17-4/23 we will be offering a 30% discount on The Sensory and Therapy Collection with code WEEK3 to celebrate the third week of Occupational Therapy Month! 

Sensory and Therapy tools are an important tool that help aid those who struggle to develop fine, gross, visual and oral motor skills. Sensory tools play a critical role in occupational therapy as they can help clients to develop the skills necessary for daily living and improve their overall quality of life.

Here are some ways sensory and therapy tools can assist in Occupation Therapy:

  1. Sensory Integration Tools: Sensory integration tools like weighted blankets, fidget toys, and sensory balls can help individuals with sensory processing disorders. These tools provide deep pressure input and proprioceptive feedback to the body, which can help individuals with sensory processing disorders to feel more grounded, calm, and focused.

  2. Fine Motor Tools: Fine motor tools like play dough, tweezers, and pegboards can help individuals with fine motor difficulties to improve their dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and finger strength. These tools are especially useful for children who are learning to write, draw, and manipulate objects.

  3. Gross Motor Tools: Gross motor tools like therapy balls, balance boards, and trampolines can help individuals with gross motor difficulties to improve their coordination, balance, and strength. These tools are especially useful for children with developmental delays or physical disabilities.

  4. Adaptive Equipment: Adaptive equipment like splints, braces, and adaptive utensils can help individuals with physical disabilities to participate in everyday activities. These tools can help individuals with limited mobility to perform tasks like eating, dressing, and grooming more independently.

Explore The Sensory and Therapy Collection

 

Feeling Heads

Feeling Heads come in five fun faces to squish and help express different feelings. These expressions include happy, sad, disgusted, shocked, and anxious. Feeling heads are a great tool to help open up communication about ones emotions and to relieve stress. They can also be used a great sensory tool to help with hand strength.

 

Loopeez Fidget Toy

Loopeez is the perfect mindless "fiddle" -- easy to manipulate without much physical or mental effort. Endlessly flip the colored plastic pieces around and around the dual axes of the rings. The colored curved pieces are molded to fit perfectly in one hand or two. You won't believe how satisfying this feels in your hand! Loopeez are sized for perfect gripping and fine motor practice. This fidget toy helps reduce stress and stimulate.

 

Round Gyrobi Fidget Toy

Spin the colorful plastic rings in fascinating ways with the touch of a finger! Gyrobi is completely silent and feels great in your hands. This mindless fidget brings together the science of gyroscopes and the satisfaction of absent-minded fidgeting! The Gyrobi is sized for easy gripping capabilities and fine motor practice. This colorful fidget helps reduce stress and improve memory. Twist, spin, and rotate!

 

Swingos Fidget Spinner

The Swingos Fidget toy is a tool that spins and rotates! It can be used for children, teens, and adults. With its circular shape, it is the perfect size for gripping and improving fine motor skills.

 

Silicone Chewable Pencil Topper

The Silicone Chewable Pencil Topper come in a perfect size that can easily fit on and off of writing tools. Our chewable pencil toppers are 100% safe, made of non-toxic, food grade silicone. Free of BPA and Phthalates. This tool is a natural way to reduce stress and improve focus. Perfect for individuals with sensory sensitivities, autism, ADHD, SPD, and other special needs. The pencil topper is soft on teeth and encourages oral simulation!