The Activity Cushion (M049) is an alternative way to aid relaxation using a familiar household item. The Activity Cushion allows a person to touch and play with familiar objects whilst sitting and relaxing. The zips, laces, beads, and other fabrics on the cushion allow the person to feel and experience different textures. The different textures and fabrics allow a person to carry out repetitive actions. The bright colours provide visual stimulation. The Activity Cushion is designed to occupy both left and right handed people. This can aid in the strenghening of a weaker hand if needed after a medical condition. The activity cushion is also ideal to distract a person from irritating a physical condition by minimising the urge to scratch or pick Whilst occupying the individual this reduces the possibility of distressing behaviour, and increasing the feeling of security. Ideal for distraction whilst travelling and also giving the option of a rest cushion on the reverse. The Activity Cushion is washable on a gentle setting
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