We love supporting our local schools and have had many educators use our products in their classrooms to help their students in areas such as improving pencil grasp, improving focus/attention and self-regulation, and setting up sensory rooms in their schools. Check out our highlighted products for the classroom and our WiggleKits for an easy way to incorporate tools into your classroom to help support your students. We also offer a customized sensory room kit to help your students get their Wiggles out! 

Products for the Classroom

Check out some of the key product categories for some of our favourite items that can support development at school. 

Sensory Rooms

A sensory room can be a sensory-rich environment where your child/student can access tools and activities to help them regulate. When creating your sensory room, think of the 7 sensory systems and choose tools/equipment that target that sense. Sensory integration research shows that sensory input can help with regulation. 


Educational Resources

The Tripod Grasp

Seating in the Classroom

Joint Attention

Aisling Nebor, BsOT

Aisling Nebor, BsOT

Co-Founder, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Aisling is one of our founders and is a pediatric Occupational Therapist. She owns Inspiration Therapy and works with children from the ages of 2-16 teaching skills such as self-regulation, sensory integration, fine motor skills, gross motor skills and executive functioning.

Aisling graduated from the University of Alberta in 2002 and has continued her education with workshops in the areas of : Diagnosis and Treatment of Sensory Processing Disorders, Handwriting without Tears, The Zones of Regulation, Executive Functioning, Social Thinking, and the SOS approach to feeding.

In her work as an OT, Aisling often completes school visits as part of the multidisciplinary team, to make recommendations that can be implemented in the classroom. She also loves to teach and has run Pro-D day workshops on Self-Regulation for educators around the province.

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