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How Virtual Reality Is Helping Kids With Autism Make Sense Of The World Around Them

HERMITAGE, England (Reuters) - A specialist care facility in England is using virtual reality (VR) headsets and data mining to […]
January 25, 2020

Occupational Therapy Bus Helps Children With Sensory Needs

SALEM, Va. (WDBJ) - A bus is providing therapy on the go for children with sensory issues. This bus was […]
January 25, 2020

7 Fun Activities Kids on the Spectrum Will Love

Did you know that children on the spectrum can develop fundamental life skills and learn about their surroundings through play? […]
January 24, 2020

Unemployment Among Those With Autism Is 90%. Here's How a Denver CEO Is Working to Change That

Danny Combs was living the good life. He hung out with first-rate country music super stars like Taylor Swift as […]
January 22, 2020

Artist and Athlete Use Art Therapy to Help Children With Autism

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Kenneth Harrison A former basketball player and artist Courtney Haywood have opened a new facility in Las […]
January 21, 2020

9-Year-Old Told Not to Doodle in Class Gets Job Decorating Restaurant Walls With A Mural

Joseph, a nine year old creative doodler, was told by his teacher at school to stop doodling. But that wouldn't […]
January 16, 2020

Why Kids Love Sensory Gyms

Have you and your child ever been to sensory gyms? The world can be distracting and noisy. Being in an […]
December 20, 2019

3 Benefits of Sensory Gyms for Your Child

The joys of parenting hold true no matter what your child's abilities are. But when your child has a sensory […]
November 21, 2019

5 Ways to Support Students with Sensory Processing Disorders

Children with sensory processing disorders need additional support from educators and parents.  With both hypersensitivity (amplified senses) and hyposensitivity (reduced […]
September 25, 2019

What Our Clients Are Saying

  • Leaps and Bounds Physical Therapy

    After five years in practice, I decided that I needed to upgrade the look of my office to allow for optimal patient care. Upon researching some possibilities, I came across the Fun Factory Sensory Gym. I immediately called the company to purchase my own gym unit. We scheduled an install date and in three short days, my gym and my vision were complete. My patients and their parents walk in and are amazed at the beautiful and fun set up. I truly feel that my patients are getting the most effective and efficient care because I have the best equipment to address their individual needs. With the Fun Factory Gym equipment, I am able to help these children improve by Leaps and Bounds!

    Jill Kissel
    Clinic Owner
  • The Kaufman Children’s Center

    The Kaufman Children’s Center was proud to announce an exciting upgrade made here at the KCC. Over a long weekend in late January 2013, we completed a huge remodel to our sensory gym.

     The Kaufman Children's Center
  • Our Fun Factory Sensory Gym has been life changing for our family! The entire experience of having the FFSG team in our home was so enjoyable. The crew’s heart and soul is behind the work they’re doing. From the first phone call, FFSG was committed to helping our family and our 3 small children with their various special needs. We have already experienced the calming effects of the net swing and the multiple ways the entire gym provides sensory input and regulation for our intense sensory seekers. What a great tool for our family and more than worth the investment!

    Heather Helms
    Parent
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