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Wobble cushions for use ON a chair? Does such a thing exist?

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MiaowTheCat Tue 05-Dec-17 12:11:10

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moreismore Tue 05-Dec-17 12:13:28

Guessing a gym ball isn’t an option??

A half inflated travel cushion might do the job.

You can get stools that wobble but the only one I’ve seen has a very very large base and was £££

moreismore Tue 05-Dec-17 12:14:24

If you use a cushion could you maybe sew on some ties to attach to chair and make it safer?

SPARKLYSTARSHINESBRIGHT Tue 05-Dec-17 12:24:25

Have you seen the Movin' Sit Chair. Sorry, I would link it if I was techy! I bought one for my son and it did help him, it's made of rubber so doesn't slip.

MrsLettuce Tue 05-Dec-17 12:25:01

DS uses one of these there are other colour and prices about. This was just the first result that popped up.

MrsLettuce Tue 05-Dec-17 12:26:34

Sorry, meant to say that we never had any issues with it falling off chairs

Tomorrowillbeachicken Tue 05-Dec-17 12:28:23

yes, you can get wedge cushions through the senco as well as arms for the chairs to stop him falling off. My six year old has dcd, as well as having other sen issues, and these things are being ordered as well as pencil grips and writing slopes and for my son the list goes on and on.

MiaowTheCat Tue 05-Dec-17 12:28:33

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Tomorrowillbeachicken Tue 05-Dec-17 12:30:07

there's also straps that can go on chair legs for the children to play with with their feet. Also your child may need movement breaks.
Lol, unlike MrsLettuce, my son falls off everything, including his chairs.

MiaowTheCat Tue 05-Dec-17 12:39:03

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MiaowTheCat Tue 05-Dec-17 12:41:35

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Tomorrowillbeachicken Tue 05-Dec-17 12:41:53

lol, this is me. I fall over everything and my son has inherited that too.

Tomorrowillbeachicken Tue 05-Dec-17 12:42:27

You either laugh or cry.

Lowdoorinthewal1 Tue 05-Dec-17 17:35:59

Southpaw do beautiful rocking school chairs. Pricey though.

Zuma

handmademitlove Tue 05-Dec-17 17:38:32

My DD uses a 'movin' sit' wedge wobble cushion both at school and at home. Makes a huge difference!

ASDismynormality Tue 05-Dec-17 17:44:03

My DS also uses the movin sit. Really helps him at school.

Picadillypops Tue 05-Dec-17 17:53:43

Would a partially filled hot water bottle do the trick? We've been recommended these by OT's for preschool aged children and they can work well.

Lowdoorinthewal1 Tue 05-Dec-17 18:00:37

The other thing we sometimes do is put the wobble under the feet instead of under the bottom.

When some of my kids are concentrating, their upper body might be perfectly still above the desk, but underneath their legs are paddling away like mad. smile

foot plate

ArchieStar Tue 05-Dec-17 18:08:59

Following this thread with interest, DD(4) is showing almost all signs of dyspraxia. So worried about what will happen come starting pre school in jan and primary in September!

MiaowTheCat Tue 05-Dec-17 18:10:02

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Norestformrz Tue 05-Dec-17 19:09:34

Here

ArchieStar Wed 06-Dec-17 00:04:05

@MiaowTheCat our energy bill would be amazingly low if we could do that with DD!!

MiaowTheCat Sat 09-Dec-17 12:25:01

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TeenTimesTwo Sat 09-Dec-17 13:45:43

In year 2 ish, my DD2 was allowed to do some work standing up - would that be any help?

MiaowTheCat Sat 09-Dec-17 14:18:29

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