Rock On My Special Baby

Teaching children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is usually done on a one-on-one basis. So in a class of handful students, when the teacher is busy with one student, the rest are usually occupied in lesser engaging and stimulating activities in the off-task area. Rock On is a special rocking chair meant for the students who are not being taught, for the moment, by the teacher and are waiting for their turn. This fun rocker sports different activity boards to keep these students calm and engaged. This is done by satisfying their need for other kinds of sensory stimulations, on top of vestibular stimulations. Rock On is a passive way of keeping the children active and intrigued.

Designer: Liren Tan

11 Comments

  • A great gadget! Sensory stimulators really work for children with ADHD.

  • A great gadget! Sensory stimulators really work for children with ADHD.

  • pk chau says:

    yeah, it's proven to work! this is an awesome product indeed! =D

  • pk chau says:

    yeah, it's proven to work! this is an awesome product indeed! =D

  • eno says:

    well .. i have adhd and i must say that it a nice gadget.. but i think that it will be too distracting for the student to have a s a full time chair.
    and tbh the model looks as if there is some other handicap playing in other than ADHD….

  • eno says:

    well .. i have adhd and i must say that it a nice gadget.. but i think that it will be too distracting for the student to have a s a full time chair.
    and tbh the model looks as if there is some other handicap playing in other than ADHD….

  • eno says:

    oh and one more fact… most ppl with adhd have porblems with noise. i for instance lack the filter to remove abient noise from normal conversation so anyhting that makes extra noise in a classroom with adhd kids in it is a bad idea hehe

  • eno says:

    oh and one more fact… most ppl with adhd have porblems with noise. i for instance lack the filter to remove abient noise from normal conversation so anyhting that makes extra noise in a classroom with adhd kids in it is a bad idea hehe

  • Excellent post. I was checking continuously this blog and I’m impressed!

  • Emily says:

    Where can I get one?

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