TOOLS FOR YOUR CLINIC & CLIENTS.

RESOURCES FOR THERAPISTS

Specially designed products, links, questions and answers for  therapists to support their clients and help them learn through play.

FUN

FUNCTION

QUALITY

HELP YOUR CLIENT REACH THEIR GOALS with

Hand Picked Therapy Toys & Equipment.

Wiggle Kids provides Therapy Toys and Equipment products that have been Hand-Picked by our very own Paediatric Occupational Therapist. These products are designed to help your child reach their goals and are inspected and tested to ensure they meet our three primary objectives – Fun, Function & Quality. 

WIGGLE TIPS PROVIDE UNIQUE ACTIVITIES USING OUR

GOLD STAR PRODUCTS

When you purchase one of our ‘Gold Star’ products you will receive customized ‘WiggleTips’ that will provide you with unique structured activities so you can get the most out of the product and find new ways to play either in the clinic, at school or at home.

I love all of the ideas on the WiggleTips sheet! I’ve used some of them already!

Joan Smith
Mom of 3

PROFESSIONALLY Approved

WIGGLE KIDS RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS

Wiggle Kids provides Therapy Toys and Equipment products that have been Hand-Picked by our very own Paediatric Occupational Therapist. We have several products that would be a great addition to your clinic, office or sensory space. 

Our Occupational Therapist has years of experience thinking of new and creative ways of using toys and equipment to help children learn new skills, work towards their goals, and have fun!

ASK THE EXPERT

Aisling Nebor, OT

As a Paediatric Occupational Therapist and a Mom of two, I know the importance of Play and Fun. Simply put, when kids are having fun they learn. The tools we use are so important – and for kids the tools we use are TOYS! It is my passion to help children reach their potential, and I am so excited to use my experience as an OT, and as a Mom to hand-pick the best toys for you to continue the learning at home.

Have a Question? If you have an Occupational Therapy product related question, Ask Ash – and she will do her best to answer!

Question: My child holds the pencil in a funny way. How can I help them?

Handwriting Help >
Submitted by a Parent

 

Question: How can I work on core strength with my child at home?

Core Strength Recommendations >
Submitted by a Parent

 

 

 

THERAPIST RESOURCES

 

 

Positioning at Home for Online Learning

Positioning at Home for Online Learning

With the world changing and the landscape of our children’s education changing, many kids are spending a lot more time looking at a computer and sitting at a desk. For many kids (and adults in fact!) this type of positioning can be really challenging! Here are a few...

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MyWiggleKit

MyWiggleKit

Have you seen our new Wigglekit? It is called “MyWigglekit” and was created as a solution for families, clinics, and schools who are looking for a personal kit for kids to help keep germs at bay. During the time of COVID, many clients have been asking for personalized...

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Summer Fun!

Summer Fun!

The sun is finally shining and there are so many great ways to work on gross and fine motor skills when outdoors! Here are a few to fill these beautiful sunny days: Get your hands in the sand! If you are lucky enough to be near a beach/lake, make sure to bring your...

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Learning To Use Scissors

Learning To Use Scissors

How can I help my child learn to use scissors? Scissor skills can be very tricky for little hands! Why is this??? Because it is a skill that requires bilateral integration: the ability to use both sides of your body in a coordinated way. When cutting with scissors,...

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Our OT’s Favourite Apps

Our OT’s Favourite Apps

With everyone walking a fine line of home-schooling, social distancing and everything else that has our stress levels to the max, we thought we'd share some of our favourite apps to help educate and relieve some of the guilt some folks feel about screen time. Doesn't...

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Why do I need to use a visual schedule?

Why do I need to use a visual schedule?

A Visual Schedule is a tool that can contain pictures or written words to help a child understand the plan for a period of time. This can help them prepare for upcoming activities, which can help with transitions. Adults use visual schedules all the time - often we...

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Halloween – The Spookiest Time of the Year!

Halloween – The Spookiest Time of the Year!

Halloween is an exciting time for many kids! However for some children with sensory processing challenges it can be difficult to participate in all of the activities. Here are some quick tips from our OT to keep in mind this halloween: Halloween is an...

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Joint Attention – Why do we need it?

Joint Attention – Why do we need it?

Joint attention or shared attention is the shared focus of two individuals on an object. It is achieved when one individual alerts another to an object by means of eye-gazing, pointing or other verbal or non-verbal indications. It is one of the...

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The Dreaded (pun intended) Haircut

The Dreaded (pun intended) Haircut

Many children with sensory processing difficulties have trouble staying regulated when getting their hair cut. This experience can provide a lot of uncomfortable tactile and auditory input. There is also often a stranger in their personal space, and this...

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Brush, brush, brush away!

Brush, brush, brush away!

We constantly hear from parents about the struggle with teeth-brushing. This is quite an invasive task for a child with sensory challenges, and can actually be quite uncomfortable for children with tactile/sensory over-responsivity. Here are a few tips to...

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