Welcome to SENSEEZ! Easing the Senses.
These colorful, lightweight, fun-shaped portable vibrating cushions offer a gentle sensation when they are squeezed or sat on, relaxing, calming and soothing the body.
Kids that have trouble sitting for meals, stories, car rides, shopping trips, school work, movies, or anything else will be comforted by the vibrations of Senseez. Use them at school, at home or on the go!
“ Rhythmic movement such as vibrations are relaxing and can help prepare children’s bodies for sleep. Children with sensory processing sensitivities may especially benefit from the calming effects of vibrations. Rhythmic movements are best used prior to falling asleep. ”
-Dr. Pamela Mitelman,
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Sleep Specialist
“ Vibration is helpful because it is a predictable, regular form of sensory input that can be calming to the nervous system. For some children, this input helps them to relax and become more organized. Vibration may help children to engage in interaction with others. For other children, vibration may increase their alertness which can also help children to attend and interact with toys or people in the environment. ”
-Sue, Occupational Therapist,
Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton
“ Vibration has been shown to help those with sensory processing issues by working as a sensory filter. The vibrating input calms the nervous system and provides a sense of relief, comfort and security. Simply stated, Senseez helps children relax. It is a portable and adorable product and is highly recommended. ”
-Dr. Bernice Mitelman,
“ As a psychologist that works with adult individuals and couples on the spectrum, I have recognized in many, sensory issues, often triggering feelings of anxiety and agitation. One tool I discovered is the vibrating pillow. I had seen it work with children and tried it with adults. I have noticed that it does produce a calming effect. Anything that helps ease the senses and calm the body is a great tool in my box! ”
-Dr. Laurie Betito,
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
“ I keep two Senseez in my office as I see clients who range in age from 7 through 20 who present with ADHD or a higher-verbal autism spectrum diagnosis. The sensory input provided by vibration has truly helps my clients be able to focus while we're working on social and self-regulation skills. Some clients enjoy squeezing it while others enjoy resting it upon their back. I appreciate the fact that each Senseez is visually appealing and blends into my office environment. ”
Director, Center for ADHD
Senseez has received numerous awards from highly regarded groups and publications