Forum: Children with Developmental Delays and Disorders
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I'm new here, and just wanted to share my ideas, but I'll tell you all hello and about my kids in another post I guess.
We've had a swing in my son's room for years and it's wonderful to have. We've used all sorts of swings attached to two eye bolts in the ceiling. If you go this route, they need to be into the studs, of course, and very secure. Check them for wobbles every so often, too.
I just ordered another hammock chair from hammocks.com or something like that for only $50...much less than most of the therapy swings. We've used a swivel type of bolt that was from our outdoor play set that lets him spin. We also had a swing made of lycra that was great. Abilitations has some good things, although pricey.
The most difficult part of all this is finding space so that he doesn't hit the walls in our small house.
Mom to Charlie (10), Ethan (7) and Desmond (11/07)