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Holiday Gift Guide

Whether you’re shopping for the holidays, a birthday, or an anytime gift, here are some great options for youngsters with autism spectrum disorder, ADD/ADHD, or sensory processing difficulties.

Aromatherapy Diffuser – Let the scent of your favorite essential oil gently fill the room with this small-but-mighty diffuser.

Ball Pit – So fun for the little ones! This collapsible ball pit has a fun space theme, but there are many other options available as well.

Body Sock – This features dynamic movement to create a calming sensory experience while promoting balance and coordination.

Crash Pad – Create a safe landing zone with plenty of sensory input. From jumping to relaxing, this has tons of uses.

Fidget Toys – We couldn’t pick just one, because there are so many options. Here is a set of 50 small fidget toys to get you started.

In-Sync Activity Cards – This 50-card deck features simple activities divided into beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, plus ways to customize the difficulty.

I Spy Bingo – This clever game combines two great games into one.

Kinetic Sand – Unleash creativity with this unique squeezable textured sand. Comes in many sizes, colors, and options.

LED Light Strips – Color-changing LED lights in a versatile strip you can use anywhere. This set comes with two 25-foot strips.

Light Projector – Bring the night sky’s beauty indoors with this enchanting light projector.

Liquid Motion Bubbler – This soothing and mesmerizing bubbler is fun to look at, no matter who you are. And it comes in a range of color combos.

Outree – A swinging hammock chair? Yes, please. This comes in a variety of colors and can be set up inside or outside.

Plasma Car – No pedaling or scooting required. This car is recommended for kiddos as young as three and can be used indoors or outdoors.

Sensory Brush – For the right amount of calming sensory stimulation, sometimes simple is best. These soft brushes can help soothe kiddos with sensory processing challenges.

Simon – With its lights, sounds, and patters, Simon is a classic handheld game that continues to delight kids today.

Thinking Putty – So many varieties to choose from. Putty has all the fun of slime without the mess!

Tube Floor Lamp – There’s something about those colors, bubbles, and fish that’s both fascinating and relaxing. Color-changing LED adds beauty.

Turtle Steps Game – This is a fun obstacle course that incorporates balance and coordination activities.

Vibration Pillow – Pressure activated and super cute, this stimulating pillow can hep soothe anxiety.

Waterproof Speaker – This is a sturdy speaker that can come with you anywhere, indoors or outside.

Water Table – Splashing around is good, clean fun. This water table has plenty of features to keep kids engaged.

Weighted Neck Pillow – The evenly distributed weight helps diffuse the wiggles, and the sweet puppy puppy face is sure to please.

White Noise Machine – With its beautiful glow and array of 25 soothing sounds, this white noise machine can help anyone relax.

Note: While these are Amazon links, Frazier Behavioral Health doesn’t endorse any particular retailer, and we receive no compensation through these links. We’ve included them for your convenience only.

Frazier Behavioral Health is dedicated to delivering evidence-based, individualized therapy for children and adults with behavioral, physical, social, communication, and sensory issues. Our mission is to assist these individuals in becoming their best selves and create enhanced outcomes at home, at school and in the community. Contact us today to learn more.

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