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Online stores for sensory items

In the past articles, we have shared with you about sensory processing disorders and how sensory tools can greatly help them overcome barriers and hopefully allow them to live independently. Once you become an NDIS participant and you have funding for assistive technology, you may use this support to purchase sensory equipment online. You may also use your core support-consumables, to purchase level 1 AT sensory tools.

The e-commerce industry thrived during the pandemic as a lot has shifted to buying and purchasing items online. This conserves more time and energy for the customer as he /she can do the shopping in the comforts of his /her home. This article will enumerate some of Australia’s online stores which promote and sell sensory tools.


One-stop sensory shop


Is an NDIS registered service provider and offers a wide variety of sensory tools or equipment from education, auditory, movement, and activity.


Sensory Connect


An NDIS registered service provider which is built by parents who have a child with a disability. They sell disability-related books, toys that are not necessarily for disabled children alone, sensory and motor skills toys.


Oasis for kids


An NDIS registered service provider which is founded by a mother who has kids living with a disability. This online store has a lot of items in store for parents as it has a lot of categories to choose from: mealtime, arts and crafts, bedtime, bath time, mealtime, safety, playtime, and even books.


Sister sensory


Is a family-run online store who’s selling sensory toys and equipment targeted to those with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, and Sensory Processing Disorder.


Sisu7


An online store selling which prides itself in selling quality products, approved and tested by an occupational therapist. Their products are said to be fitting to all ages and all types of challenges even conditions associated with ageing. The store has 4 main categories which a customer may choose from: Aged support, children, disability, and mental health.


My Diffability


An NDIS registered service provider that offers therapy resources and sensory toys. The site also includes therapy tips.


Sensory Tools Australia


Is an online store that offers sensory and soft play special needs equipment. It is founded by an occupational therapist which does not only offer products to address special needs but also high-quality workshops and courses.


Fun fidgets


Offers sensory toys to assist the child’s imagination and creativity, increase stimulation and encourage expression and interaction. It takes pride in positioning its product that will cater to all ages -from children to adults.


Sensory haven


An online store that makes and sells weighted blankets, lycra bed sheets, lycra spacial tunnels, lycra body sacks, and a range of fiddle toys. An added bonus is that the store offers silicone jewelry as well.


Sensory Superstars


A Sensory store selling sensory, therapy, and skill-building products which aims to assist children with special/additional needs, such as Autism, ADHD, SPD, etc.

The following are just some of the few Australian online stores which offer sensory tools equipment to assist those living with a disability. Looking for the right tools and equipment to address specific needs can be daunting, that is why we recommend that you will have a wide variety of choices, besides that is what NDIS is for-to give you choice and control. When you are plan-managed, you get to enjoy full choice and control as you will have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of service providers from NDIS registered and non-registered service providers.


Do you need assistance with the financial management of your child’s NDIS plan? Choose to be Plan Managed with Yogi Care and we will help you access both NDIS registered and non-registered service providers. On top of that, we will also take care of processing all the paper works involved in managing your service providers. Stay on track, have your say and choose the Yogi Care way.


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