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Triple Suspension Bearing

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The triple suspension bearing makes it easy to fix a wide range of swings, swivels and hoists used in sensory integration therapy to roof joists - enabling items to be safely used in the home environment, as well as in sensory spaces.

The two outer points should be used for linear swings, whilst the central point is ideal for suspending rotational swings. Long-lasting bearings in the suspension points ensure swinging is smooth and quiet.

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Swinging plays a vital role in sensory integration therapy. The triple suspension bearing from TFH enables a range of suspended equipment to be securely integrated into home environments as well as sensory rooms, sensory spaces and multi-sensory environments.

Sensory integration therapy can be beneficial for children with a wide range of sensory processing disorders including those caused by conditions on the autistic spectrum.

More details about the ‘sensory world of autism’ can be found by visiting the National Autistic Society’s website: http://www.autism.org.uk/living-with-autism/understanding-behaviour/sensory-world-of-autism.aspx

Swinging provides vestibular input which can play a vital role in helping children to align their bodies with the space around them. It is also a widely accepted way of helping to calm agitated children.

Find out more about sensory integration by visiting the Sensory Integration Network website http://www.sensoryintegration.org.uk/

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