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Therapy Swing For Kids With Autism & ADHD – Hardware Included

from $29.99


Kids with autism and ADHD can become overstimulated easily. This therapy swing will help to calm them down and regulate their emotions by reducing sensory stimulation. Little neurospicies will love curling up into their swing like it’s their own little fort!

Soft, Silky Nylon

Material: 100% Nylon

This therapy swing is made of high quality material–soft & silk nylon. It measures 110″L x 63W”. Kids can sit and cocoon comfortably in the hammock with a sense of calmness. Our upgrade hammock can block out unwanted sensory stimulation.

Easy to Install

No need to purchase extra hardware or figure out complicated pieces. This yoga swing is sent with necessary hardware. The whole swing can be set up within few minutes indoor/outdoor.The daisy chain can adjust the height easily–make hanging simple for kids.(Age: 3~10. Young children should use it under supervision and with help of adults)


Ideal of this cuddle swing is designed for kids and teens who have Sensory Processing Disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, or those on the autism spectrum. The raindrop swing helps child learn body awareness, balance, motor planning, and spatial skills. It also provides sensory pressure all over and creates a fun space to bounce, swing, spin, or lie down enjoying the movement of the swing.

Durable & Safe

The therapy swing comes with silk Nylon hammock, 1 Multi-loop climber strength daisy chains, 1 safety carabiner with twist lock system and 1 connecting rope. The hardware and the accessories we provide are durable, whose max load-bearing capacity is up to 110 lbs (50 kg).

Additional information

Weight 0.77 oz
Dimensions 26 × 17 × 5 in

1.5×2.8 with fixed disk, 1×2.8 with fixed disk


Black, Blue, Gary, Green, Purple, Red, Sky Blue


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