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We absolutely love our snuggly and soft Crash Bag (AKA Crash Pad / Crash Mat / Crashbag). They are made locally with love and expertise to be high quality, safe and perfectly heavy. With two layers of durable but soft bags (outer layer is removable for washing) and loads of foam filling that is hand-cut into perfectly sized pieces, these crash bags are simply the best in Australia!
Is your little super hero constantly on the move? Do they need to be crashing into you, your furniture and flipping upside down? They may be needing MORE movement 'input' than others in order to feel "just right" and need a safe place to do this.
Our crash bags are ideal for a movement zone in your home or covered outdoor area, and popular for schools, day care centres and therapy clinics. They provide a fun way for little super heroes to get their heavy work and deep pressure input needs met. They can be used for crashing into, rolling across, laying between two layers, or simply relaxing.
The plush outer layer has a bumpy textured feel on one side and a smooth plush feel on the other.
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According to OTs, trampolines are a really important therapy tool that provide a huge amount of strong proprioceptive and vestibular sensory input - which helps with knowing where your body is in space and gets the arousal level up to where it needs to be (eg. in the morning to get you ready for the day).
When combined with a challenging circuit, specific activity (like throwing and catching a ball whist jumping and counting) or a fun song - they can really help to improve self confidence, motor coordination, fitness and trunk endurance.
According to OTs, they can also help to improve praxis (ability to coordinate and sequence through different motor patterns) as they provide access to many different movement patterns.
What's great is that they are really suitable for children (and adults) of most ages and abilities, as they are so fun and versatile!
From what I've heard from parents and therapists, neuro-divergent pre-teens and teenagers seem to be looking for new ways of moving their body at home and at school, and have often experienced a lack of success in group sports throughout the years.