The bouncing chair from TFH is designed for children who may find the gentle, repetitive motion calming, and provides vestibular and proprioceptive input for children with sensory processing disorders.
CDKL5 is a rare X-linked genetic disorder that results in early onset, difficult to control seizures, and severe neuro-developmental impairment. Most children affected by CDKL5 suffer from seizures that begin in the first few months of life. Most cannot walk, talk or feed themselves, and many are confined wheelchairs, dependent on others for everything. Many also suffer with scoliosis, visual impairment, sensory issues and various gastrointestinal difficulties
Small Creepster Crawler: With the aid of this innovative product, children without head control or the abilityto roll over or crawl have developed independent mobility. Promotes upper and lower extremity movement and increased tolerance to prone position.
Terminally ill patient Jackie Beattie, 83, releases a dove on October 7, 2009 while at the Hospice of Saint John in Lakewood, Colorado. The dove releases are part of an animal therapy program designed to increase happiness, decrease loneliness and calm terminally ill patients during the last stage of life.