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Yuk-E- Medicine Balls Yuk-E- Medicine Balls

Tactile, weighted and irresistible!

Starting At: $11.49
Exercise and Therapy Balls Exercise and Therapy Balls with Pump

Fun and therapeutic!

Starting At: $18.49
CanDo Inflatable Sensory Saddle Rolls CanDo Inflatable Sensory Saddle Rolls

Our Sensory Saddle is textured with a "nubby" surface which provides tactile stimulation to active seating and ball therapy routines.

Starting at: $30.11
Stay N Place Ball Stay N Place Ball

Balance and coordination without rolling away!

Our Price:: $32.95
Saddle Therapy Rolls Saddle Therapy Rolls

Easier to control than exercise balls.

Starting At: $34.95
Ball Support Ball Support

Keep a therapy ball in place.

Our Price:: $39.99
Pump Magic - Hi Volume Ball Inflator Pump Magic - Hi Volume Ball Inflator

Easy electric pump for all sizes of inflatables!

Our Price:: $78.49
Therapy Ball Chair Therapy Ball Chair

Active seating at its best!

Starting At: $79.99

Squishy and bouncy balls can be used in a variety of ways to provide therapy and everyday support for your child. For example, sitting on a bouncy ball has been shown to improve behavior, focus and legible handwriting in students with ADHD.
A posture ball is also a wonderful solution for anyone with excess physical energy or for those who crave tactile stimulation. Children who crave additional sensory input can benefit from the stimulation they receive while sitting and bouncing on a ball at school or while engaging with a parent or therapist. Of course, as the name implies, these posture balls are also an excellent tool to help improve trunk strength, coordination, balance. For beginners who are still learning to balance, we carry a selection of saddle-style inflatable therapy balls that won’t budge or topple over easily.

Finally, providing proprioceptive input by pushing balls away or resting balls on the body increases spatial awareness. For this purpose, we carry weighted therapy. Catching, throwing, rolling or kicking these balls also helps to improve dexterity.