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What is a Therapy Ball?

Therapy balls are designed to help work on balance reactions and postural control and provide vestibular input in a variety of directions to a child with autism, ADD/ADHD, and other types of sensory integration dysfunction.


Therapy ball is an essential tool for sensory integration therapy. Occupational therapists use it to improve core strength, balance and coordination training, postural stability, and a child's gross motor and proprioceptive activities. To ensure safety, an adult should always supervise the child while using the therapy ball.


The ball provides a variety of sensory and vestibular inputs to the child while playing with it. The ball is durable and has a rigid core to prevent bottoming out. The balls have a ribbed and non-slip surface for extra security. These balls are also used in a classroom for flexible seating to encourage attention and focus.


HPFY offers a huge selection of therapy balls of all shapes, sizes, textures, colors, and weights. Therapy balls are incredibly versatile and great to encourage fine and gross motor skills, balancing, and hand-eye coordination. Designed for rolling, pushing, throwing, and kicking, these balls provide great fun.


What are the Benefits of Ball Therapy?

Therapy balls are staples for sensory integration therapy and are used for developing vestibular responses, spatial orientation, balance, body awareness, and muscle strength.

Therapy Balls are used for:

5 Best Therapy Ball Exercises

Bouncing ball

Prone position on the ball

Supine position on the ball

Rolling ball

Kick the ball

Note: It is advised, one should do these exercises as per the instructions of an Occupational Therapist. The OT will guide the duration and frequency of each exercise as inappropriate stimulation of the vestibular sense can have adverse effects on the child. Choosing the right-sized ball also plays an important role and should be done depending on the height and weight of the child.


Where can I buy Therapy Balls for Autism online?

We at HPFY offer therapy balls that can provide a variety of useful vestibular input and can help to improve the balance, coordination, and strength of your child. The products are from well-known manufacturer Patterson Medical/Performance Health.


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