safe houses for sensory seekers!

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Registered: 01-13-2008
safe houses for sensory seekers!
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Sun, 10-05-2008 - 11:54pm

im finding it more and more difficult to keep my house safe. my daughter is through and a through a sensory seeker; running, crashing, jumping, bouncing, running with eyes closed, spinning, ect. ;) how does everyone else do it ?? we dont have a huge home just a quaint cape cod style home, with hardwood floors to boot. which i think she loves banging her knees on! we currently keep two bean bag chairs in our "small" living rm for her, but just dont know what else to do . even that has become unsaafe become she nose dives into them and ive so concerned about neck injuries!


the upstairs of our house consists of just two rms hers and


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Registered: 02-21-2005
Mon, 10-06-2008 - 6:42am
I hear ya!

oct 09 siggy



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Registered: 03-10-2004
Mon, 10-06-2008 - 12:23pm
Same here! Our living room, dining room, kitchen and hallway form one big loop that the kids do laps around constantly and part of it is hardwood so the slip and bang into things a lot. Aidan is always jumping on and into the couch and chairs. He is pretty accident prone and already has had stitches twice and broke his elbow once. His legs are always covered in bruises. We have a sit and spin he likes to spin on and I have a big therapy ball to bounce on too. We have a rule that the top bunk is only for sleeping in because he has already fallen off it once before.
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Registered: 09-27-2007
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 1:05pm

we have the same problem here too!

Jessie Mommy to Gabe (5.8 yrs old ASD, CAS, SPD) and Zane (1.10 yrs old ESD)

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