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Physical Skills

Physical Skills

Physical Skills refer to the ability to move the whole body for physical activities and includes balancing and hand-eye coordination as well as gross motor skills, and is extremely important for navigating your way through life. For those with conditions as varied as cerebral palsy and dyspraxia, or sensory and proprioceptive difficulties caused by their autism, the development of physical skills can be delayed and require much more practice to develop.

A soft play room or an immersive sensory room can provide users with an extremely high level of motivation to physically interact with their surroundings and learn to develop their physical skills. When the reward is more stimulating, then even the most reluctant users can be motivated to engage. It has also been shown that learners are more likely to retain lessons if there is a physical and emotional element to the activity.

All of the sensory solutions listed below are specifically designed for developing physical skills in those with special needs. Alternatively, if you'd like to speak to someone about developing the perfect sensory integration or soft play environment for your users, contact us and our friendly sensory advisors will be on hand to help.

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