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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Request Post: SENSORY CRASH PAD


We were asked to share this, and are doing so. We have no financial stake in this, no opinion on it, and haven't heard of this until receiving the email a little while ago. 


Skil-Care, a well-known USA medical products manufacturer has launched a new line of "Special Needs Products".
The Crash Pad is one of the new "Special Needs" products,  It was developed for children on the Autism Spectrum.
 
         SENSORY CRASH PAD  5' X 5' 
                               IMPACT ABSORBING HIGH DENSITY FOAM AND COVERED IN LONG LASTING NYLON
DESIGNED BY OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPISTS AND PRODUCED BY SKIL-CARE, A COMPANY WITH 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN MANUFACTURING MEDICAL PRODUCTS.
 
Ideal for sensory stimulation or balance activities or just having fun playing and bouncing. Durable construction stands up to jumping and the ample foam filling makes it comfy for sitting or resting. Durable construction and ample foam filling make it ideal for play areas or reading rooms in daycare centers. Filled with soft inviting foam is ideal for sensory stimulation or balance activities ... or just a great place to crash! Wipes clean and disinfects with spray disinfectant. Ships with foam compressed for reduced shipping costs.
Sensory Crash Pad also is available in a 3' x 4' size.  
 
$165.00  (It is impossible to make one for this price).  


  
 
All these products can be seen and purchased at . http://www.cgbrehab.com
 
COUPONS FOR CGBREHAB.COM:
CGB5 on any size order.
 
Crash Pad & other Special Needs Products are also listed on Amazon.  http://www.amazon.com/Skil-care-Autism-Sensory-Crash-914752/dp/B004NTO8T8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=toys-and-games&qid=1302198193&sr=8-1

If you need pricing on larger quantities, please call (888 887-1CGB) or E-mail info@cgbrehab.com.
 
Fightback for Autism/CGB Rehab Inc.
Cindy Brillman OTR/L(888) 887-1CGB
Fax: (610) 527-1848
info@cgbrehab.com

2 comments:

Gina @ Special Happens said...

So really...bounces? Similar to trampoline type bouncing? Thanks for showing this. I'm getting ready to work out a sensory room for my kiddos (one spins and crashes, the other needs swing and visual) and need to watch my pennies.

Sockitmama said...

If it can be used as a bouncer, my kids are going to love it! I'm going to call them next week to get more details.

Thanks Autism Blogger for featuring this company. They've got several items on their site I've never seen before.

SM

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