S.C. gym makes skill-building fun for students with disabilities

12/17/2012 | Aiken Standard (S.C.)

An occupational therapist and assistant in Aiken, S.C., have opened a sensory gym complete with ziplines, swings and ball pits to help children with disabilities work on motor skills, strength and vestibular and sensory processing. Through their work in schools and with another company, Gina Hutto and her partner Lisa Robinson saw a need for a place for students to work on sensory issues.

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