Move n’ Sit Cushions Can Also Be Stand n’ Balance Cushions


The trusty Move n’ Sit cushion that a generation of kids with sensory seeking or postural instability issues have used on their chairs can also be a great upright surface for toddlers with the same issues!  Here is a two year-old client on his favorite piece of equipment.  He calls it his “bumpies”, and loves the textured surface since he is a major sensory seeker who isn’t always aware of a less intense floor surface under his feet.  The incline as arranged above is tilting him backward, but you can turn it over for a smoother side, and rotate it to shift him forward.  It is easy to clean, lightweight, and incredibly durable.  Mine is over 5 years old and going strong!

By Cathy Collyer

I am a licensed occupational therapist, licensed massage therapist, and certified CBT-i sleep coach in private practice in the NYC area. I have over 25 years of professional experience in adult and pediatric treatment. It has been a joy to help people of all ages improve their ability to grow and thrive! Occupational therapists are focused on enhancing a client's functioning in everyday life. We are practical healthcare providers, interested in teaching, adapting actions and environments, and building a client's useful skills for living their best life, regardless of their challenges. I am the author of five books, including "Staying In The Room: Managing Medical And Dental Care When You Have DID" and "The Practical Guide To Toilet Training the Autistic Child". I lecture on many subjects, including sleep, trauma, and development. Contact me to learn more about how I can help you achieve YOUR goals!

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