Retail Value Over $200
Project Sensory’s Flagship product and most comprehensive kit.
The Sensory Fix is an all-in-one solution to help children self-regulate, reduce stress, and manage their emotions by providing the strategies and tools they need to be their very best. A happy child is a happy you!
Please choose your color of water bottle and disc chewable jewelry below.
What is Included?
While all children are unique and have unique needs, our sensory backpack is made "one size fits all".
Each SensoryFix includes over 15 Tools and Exclusive Printables.
TOOLS FOR SELF REGULATION
Noise Reducing Headphones
With the help of these blue beauties you might just be able to get through a trip to the grocery store without sensory overload. Their great in restaurants, movies, and anywhere ears go and fold up quickly for storage.
TOOLS FOR FIDGETING AND TACTILE INPUT
Wooden Fidget Puzzle
Fidgeting is part of life. Get the right fidget in your hand and you can increase your attention and focus to allow your brain to focus on getting back to a stress free zone.
Project Sensory Stress Ball
Squish Squash Sqwooosh your way to deep squeeze hand pressure heaven.
Project Sensory Fidget Bracelet
This is the perfect discreet fidget tool. Made from 100% Silicon it is soft to the touch, durable, and long lasting.
Desk Buddy Fidget Ruler
This ruler is great for so many things. It can be placed on the edge of the desk/table, inside the desk (for discreetness), or can be put in a child’s lap. It is great for tactile input and keeping children alert and focused during a lesson. This too can be twisted, turned, and squeezed for more pressure and sensory input.
Project Sensory DoGo Putty
Sensory Awareness Dogo Putty (pronounced Dough-Go) is soft pliable dough. It lets you press, mold, sculpt, squeeze and stretch. Does not damage carpet or other surfaces.
This is an alternative to theraputty (which can be quite pricey). We use this for so many reasons. We use it as a calm down tool (something to do in a calm space), as a way to provide tactile and proprioceptive input, and a way to include sensory play in daily learning.
TOOLS FOR ORAL STIMULATION AND FOCUSING ATTENTION
Project Sensory Water Bottle with Bite Valve
In our house we never go anywhere without our water bottle and gum. The bite valve on this water bottle is excellent for oral stimulation and deep pressure massage, while the also helping regulate the nervous system as children drink from the straw. This is such a discreet and easy way to provide children with sensory input in a classroom.
This is another staple in our house. We actually joke that we should take up stock, or buy a gum company. But in all honestly, the oral stimulation that gum provides any child is unmatched by anything else. The amount that it calms and soothes our children (especially our son with sensory processing disorder) is remarkable.
YumEarth Organics Hard Candy
Just like gum, we actually had hard candy written into our son’s IEP when he was in public school so that he would be allowed to have it at anytime.
Again, I am sure you are thinking, “Yeah right”, however hard candy and crunchy foods have been proven to increase alertness and focus.
Why do you think you find them in the middle of tables at conferences and meetings for adults?
TOOLS FOR PROPRIOCEPTIVE INPUT (DEEP PRESSURE)
Project Sensory Backpack
The backpack is where it all starts. With the kit fully loaded, this backpack serves as the best kind of heavy work.
Weighted Lap Pad
You have probably heard of weighted lap pads and weighted vests for proprioceptive input to help regulate children’s sensory needs. This was our alternative last year when we didn’t have time to make a lap pad, didn’t have the money for a weighted blanket, and weren’t sure if we wanted to do a weighted vest yet. They are great because they are each only 2 pounds and they work great as a lap pad while my son is seated to do work.