Swings & Suspended Equipment
The vestibular system is the body's main organizer of sensory information. It receives input from receptors in the inner ear in conjunction with the position of the body in space, input from the eyes, and feedback from muscle and joint receptors. Providing vestibular input through activities, such as swinging, can help calm and organize a child through specific movements. Vestibular input can also improve balance, self-regulation, and hand-eye coordination.
There are many different types of swings that provide specific vestibular input, but the type of swing is dependent on the individual’s vestibular system function.
Enabled Living installs all types of swings in residential and commercial settings. Contact us to learn about having a swing installed in your space.