Sensory Processing Disorder Tools & Toys Australia & New Zealand 


Happy Hair Brush (Australia)


The Sensory Brush is a softer brush than all the rest of our range. It has softer nylon pins and the micro tips on the end are a bit thicker and rounder protecting a more sensitive scalp. It has been designed specifically for kids and people that are:

Highly Sensory, have ADHD or special needs who find traditional hair brushes hurt or over stimulate them. 
Under 4 years old and may not have had their first hair cut yet
Very fine hair and a sensitive head
We currently have it in three calming colours (light blue, teal and also yellow) for both girls and boys. Some parents call them Elsa Blue or Smurf Blue or Sunshine... Whatever it takes to have your child pick it up and claim it as theirs!


The Original Happy Hair Brush™ incorporates a mix of 5 different hairbrushes and combs styles into one. It has a curved, solid (non-flexible) head so that it can deal with the toughest of hair while protecting the most sensitive of heads. 

This brush actually works ! We guarantee it. 

Use it on wet or dry hair, thin hair, thick hair, young hair, old hair, afro, matted, whispy, curly... all hair... it just works !!!

Get freedom back with your hair and kids hair as this brush removes brushing drama forever. Check out our reviews here and on Facebook to see! 

Remember if you don't love it, let us know and get 100% refund.

You will also only find our brushes here online and with reputable salons and stockists in Australia and around the world.







My Sensory Toolbox (Australia) 

The Chew Stixx is a great product for those seeking sensory input. It provides oral deep pressure, assists with sensory integration and supports olfactory sensory stimulation.
The Chew Stixx is ideal for individuals who are past the oral motor stage (older than 2 years) but are still chewing and sucking on inedible objects, and therefore still seeking to feel pressure and/or texture in their mouths. Each arm of this product features a different texture to satisfy the child’s needs.

The Expand-A-Ball is a visual support tool to aid calm breathing. The child can use it to represent their lungs by mirroring the expansion and contraction of them as they breathe. So, as the child breathes in and their lungs expand, they pull the ball out to expand it. Then, when the child breathes out and their lungs contract, they push the ball in to contract it. This action assists the child with self-regulation through visual and tactile stimulation and aids with body awareness and cognitive shifting of attention.

The Flashing Sheep is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox. Use it to support self-regulation through visual and tactile stimulation and with deep pressure through the hands. You can use it to support body awareness and cognitive shifting of attention.
This is one of our most popular tools. Touch it, squeeze it, stretch it and light it up!  It’s a great source of visual stimulation and you can use it when feeling a bit overwhelmed and need a break.

The Little Man Chew is one of the products featured in the sensory toolbox. It supports oral deep pressure and sensory integration. It is ideal for individuals who are past the oral motor stage but are still chewing and sucking on inedible objects. This indicates they are still seeking to feel pressure and/or texture in their mouths. Worn around the neck and accessed readily, it is particularly useful for individuals who:
Chew when they experience anxiety or worry 
Chew to concentrate
It is a safe alternative to chewing on pencils, fingers, shirts etc. Little Man Chew can also be carried it in your hand, pocket, bag etc. 

The Mesh Ball is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox. Use it to self-regulation through visual and tactile stimulation. You can also use it to support body awareness, cognitive shifting of attention and with deep pressure through the hands. Playing with this product stimulates and satisfies both touch and sight senses. It has a great calming effect!
Squeeze it, squish it and watch it bulge through the holes in the surrounding mesh! Great for stress relief and easily transportable. The Mesh Ball is an ideal toy to take to school or work!

The Rotating Lollipop is one of the products featured in the sensory toolbox and is used to assist the child with self-regulation through visual, tactile and auditory stimulation. It also aids with cognitive shifting of attention and assists with deep pressure through the hands.
The Rotating Lollipop requires a little bit of coordination to get it to spin which the child will learn through practice or demonstration. To start, the child should twist the metal pole either with their fingers or between their palms. They can control how fast it goes and how it moves, and this may differ depending on how energized or elevated they are. Often the child will slow the movements down as they calm down. Generally, children have a lot of fun watching and listening to the Rotating Lollipop as it spins. 

The Sponge Brush is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox. It assists with decreasing tactile defensiveness as well as increasing body awareness and sensory integration.
This product is beneficial to both tactile seeking and tactile avoiding children. When used with or under instruction from an Occupational Therapist, the Sponge Brush can desensitize tactile defensive children. As the child gets more used to the feeling of the brush stroking their skin, their tactile defensiveness and anxiety decreases.

The Tentacle Bracelet is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox. Use it to assist the patient with self-regulation through both tactile and visual stimulation. It also aids with sensory integration, body awareness and cognitive shifting of attention.
The child can wear the Tentacle Bracelet on their wrist, ankle, arm or leg, making it a convenient fidget toy to travel with and one that will not easily be lost. Featuring soft, rubbery tentacles, tactile seeking children will enjoy squeezing, pulling and twisting this bracelet! Children who seek visual stimulation will also enjoy playing with this bracelet as each bracelet features two colours that wiggle when the bracelet is shook or jiggled.

Therapy Cards are used to prompt and support the individual to engage in therapy techniques to assist with emotional self-regulation.
They can be used as a tool for the individual to communicate how they are feeling when they find verbal communication too difficult at that time. The ‘Break Card’ and ‘Three things you can see, hear and touch’ cards are particularly useful for these instances.
They can also be used to support deep breathing in times of anxiety or heightened emotion. To use these, the individual takes a deep breath in and when they breathe out, they imitate the sound of a dragon or take in big dragon breaths. Take one of the Therapy Cards off the strip as each breath is done until all five breaths are taken.


The Weighted Blanket is one of the you will receive featured in the sensory toolbox. It assists the customer with self-regulation through proprioception and tactile stimulation as well as also assists with sensory integration and body awareness. It can act as a visual avoidance tool. 
The Blanket is a very personal thing. Therefore different individuals will like or dislike it for different reasons and use it accordingly. The Weighted Blanket puts pressure on the customer’s sensory receptors, helping them to feel calmer and more comfortable and increasing their spatial awareness. The Weighted Blanket helps to reduce physiological arousal associated with anxiety, making it beneficial to come our customers who experience anxiety. 

The Wobble Cushion is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox. Use it to assist the individual through vestibular sensory stimulation. It also aids for proprioception and tactile sensory seeking, assisting in self-regulation and sensory integration. The Wobble Cushion encourages active sitting, this is beneficial in a situation where the individual desires to move around but you need them to stay seated. This is because it allows them to continue moving without being disruptive to other people in their surroundings. This is because the Wobble Cushion provides sensory input that would otherwise be lacking if the child was just sitting on the floor or a chair. One side of the cushion has little bumps which is ideal for tactile seeking children, while the other side is smooth which is ideal for tactile defensive children.

The Noise Reducing Headphones is one of the products featured in the sensory toolbox. Use it for auditory sensory avoidance by minimizing auditory input. You can use it as both a response to too much noise or auditory stimulation, as in “this is too much, I need to block some of this out”, as well as preemptively to reduce noise in a situation that you know will be too noisy, for example at music time in class or where there are large crowds. They effectively reduce the volume of what the individual hears while allowing you to continue engaging with what is going on around you.
The Noise Reducing Headphones fold down to be quite compact so you can easily and discretely carry them around. The squishy padding makes them comfortable to wear. You can adjust the size to fit the individual’s head.

The Body Sock is one of the products featured in the sensory toolbox. Use it as a tool for proprioceptive and tactile sensory input. You can also use it for self-regulation and developing body awareness. Lightweight and durable, it is easily transportable, making it an ideal go-to tool. Made from a stretchy fabric, the child can stand up, lie down, roll around or stretch while inside.
You can also use it as a visual avoidance tool and create a visual barrier or a safe place. This is particularly useful in classroom type situations.
Use this product on a large, carpeted area so you have enough room to stand up, lie down, roll around or stretch while inside.

These Mouldable Stress Balls can be flattened and morphed into all sorts of strange shapes. Encourage the individual to stretch it, twist it, mould it, roll it and bounce it. Mould a perfectly round ball to bounce it straight up and down or mould a bumpy ball to watch it bounce in all different directions. Once you are finished playing, leave them out and they will slowly return to their original shape.

The Squishy Shark is one of the products you will receive in the sensory toolbox and assists the child with self-regulation through visual and tactile stimulation and with deep pressure through the hands. It also aids with body awareness and cognitive shifting of attention.
Children who love squishy textures will love the Shark. The water beads inside it create a smooth, sliding feeling that feels nice for the your child to touch and squeeze. The child can control how much pressure is applied to the Shark with their fingers and feel it in their palms, which allows them to create a soothing rhythm. The movement of the Squishy Shark is also calming for the child to watch and listen to.

The Spiky Snap Band is used to self-regulation through visual and tactile stimulation. You can also use it to support body awareness, shifting attention and with deep pressure through the wrists. Playing with this product stimulates and satisfies touch, sound and sight senses. It has a great calming effect! The feeling of them touching the individual’s skin can assist them with: Decreasing tactile defensiveness, Increasing body awareness, and Increasing sensory integration. Snap on spiky rainbow wristband. Slap onto the wrist or bag for a cool fashion statement.

Our lockable toolboxes can be purchased as a standalone item. Custom build your own sensory toolbox from our extensive range of sensory aides.

Fidget Pack 1 A selection of 10 of our original fidgets in a handy drawstring backpack. Puzzle Cube
Squishy Shark
Bouncing Putty
Flow rings
Pin art
Wooden transformer
Mesh Ball
Lollipop
Light up animal
Tentacle Bracelet
Draw String Bag


The Twisting Tangle is perfectly smooth the whole way around and is made specifically for fidgety hands. These fidget toys are fantastic for developing hand function and fine motor skills, and will provide hours of tactile sensory stimulation including calming focus and fidget freedom. They twist, turn, squiggle and squirm!

My Sensory Toolbox – Basics
Lockable Toolbox
Sponge Brush
Noise reducing headphones
Weighted Blanket
Wobble Cushion + pump
Feathers
Therapy Cards
Little Chew Man
Chewstix
Body Sock
Tri Flow
Instruction Manual


My Sensory Toolbox 2
My Sensory Toolbox contains more than twenty high-quality sensory toys plus easy-to-follow instructions. Engaging all seven senses – sight, smell, taste, hearing, vestibular and proprioception makes it a healthy part of a ‘sensory diet’. Consistent use of these sensory toys ensures individual get the sensory input they need to:
Self-regulate
Proactively manage their emotions
Organize and interpret information
Make meaningful responses
Perform during the day
Develop their growing brain plasticity

Our communication lanyards assist educators, carers and support workers in visually communicating with individuals who have limited verbal communication skills.  They come on a ring that is able to be attached to your exisiting lanyard ID or to a common room lanyard, such as with the Emergency Communications lanyards.  Medical Communications are being developed and should be available soon!  

Our communication lanyards assist educators, carers and support workers in visually communicating with individuals who have limited verbal communication skills.  They come on a ring that is able to be attached to your existing lanyard ID or to a common room lanyard, such as with the Emergency Communications lanyards.   The Everyday Communications lanyard has the visual on one side and the key word sign instruction on the reverse side to assist you to make the appropriate sign along with the visual. Medical Communications are being developed and should be available soon!  

The My Sensory Toolbox Sensory Tent is one of our most asked for products. Use it as a tool to minimize visual, auditory and tactile sensory input. It is an effective tool for self-regulation and is useful in the home and education environments. Lightweight and durable, it is easily transportable, making it an ideal go-to tool. Made from a lightweight fabric with side mesh panels to make it easy to keep an eye on its use. It’s approximately 1m all making it easy for your the child can stand up, lie down, roll around or stretch while inside.
Because of the dark colour it is excellent as a visual avoidance tool and create a visual barrier or a safe place. This is particularly useful in classroom type situations.
Use this product on a large, carpeted area so you have enough room to stand up, lie down, roll around or stretch while inside.












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