The redhead recently finished a session of physical therapy, and is now working with an occupational therapist (along with vision therapy, speech therapy...). Every time we go in, I wish we could somehow have the perfect setup for him at home.
I figure I'd need... $200,000? :) For a bigger house with enough room for a big therapy room/gym, AND the equipment (even seemingly simple therapy equipment/toys are SO expensive). My boy LOVES the ball pit. Holy cow, I've never seen him so chill.
Check out the awesome selection of swings:
This one has a bungee:
Also good to sit and practice calm breathing...
Or angle and crawl up/jump off.
Let's talk about that awesome crash pad, right? It's so great for crashing, relaxing, pulling across the floor, falling into, crawling over (but where would I put it?).
Just a ramp and a scooterboard, that's all.
This one they call the 'washing machine'.
It's a giant canvas bag with ball pit balls in the bottom. My kid is in there!
You can leave the top open or velcroed somewhat shut (I was surprised he wanted the top shut!). Then his OT 'swished' the bag around. A mini- ball pit! Still, it would take up considerable real estate in here!
Their giant supply closet (room) is amazing. Stacked with sensory bins, ride-ons, puzzles and all kinds of treasures! If only, right?
I'll have to show you what we CAN do here at home another time, instead of focusing on what I can't have. But a girl can dream!