Product Name: Gel Spiral Pad
Company Name: Achievement Products
Company Website: www.achievement-products.com
Company Phone Number: 1-800-373-4699
Product Description: Clear pad illuminates beautifully on a light box to encourage visual tracking as a child pushes the embedded plastic pieces through the gel filled spiral mazes.
•Offers a unique tactile experience and enhances finger strength and dexterity
•Provides cushioning when used directly on a tabletop
•Easy to wipe clean
•Heat sealed, anti-bacterial, phthalate-free vinyl
•Pre-filled, non-toxic gel
•Light box sold separately
•Ages 3 years and up
Product Review: One of 200 new products sold by Achievement Products, the Gel Spiral Pad is truly a unique product that can be enjoyed by children of all ages! In all the years I have reviewed sensory products, this one, in particular, is truly different than all the rest – and it’s one that I highly recommend to parents, teachers, or therapists who have, or work with, children of all abilities. Extremely durable and long-lasting, the Gel Spiral Pad not only offers a cool tactile experience (for those with and without sensory differences), but is also great for enhancing visual tracking skills (as noted in the product description).
Simply push the embedded plastic pieces through the gel filled spiral mazes. To further enhance the experience, place the Gel Spiral Pad on a light box (sold separately), which illuminates the gel and multicolored stars, giving the user a visual experience they won’t soon forget! What I also love about this product is that it is made of durable phthalate-free vinyl, making it very easy to wipe off and clean. Therefore, you can keep the Gel Spiral Pad clean and germ-free for many to use, each and every day!
Clearly, this is a great new product for many to enjoy – so get yours today! And trust me, you adults will love it, too!
Craig Gibson is the Editor-In-Charge of AutismSpot and SensorySpot, and a writer for ImagineVLE. Craig has also published on the local and national levels, with autism and learning disabilities being his primary focus. In addition, Craig is the Lower School Student Support Specialist for the Renaissance Academy Charter School in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.