INTERACTIVE SANDBOXES FOR THERAPY
Sandplay is a form of non-verbal therapeutic intervention. Patients (often, children) can use sand to portray their experiences that they cannot express verbally.
Many psychologists leverage Jungian sandplay to treat psychic disorders due to its proven efficiency.
SPECIAL EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS
SENIOR CARE FACILITIES
Interactive sandbox models
up to 10
up to 6
up to 7
up to 10
up to 3
46 x 41,3 x 9.9
107 x 168 x 99.9
116 x 214 x 94
153 x 235 x 110
160 x 115 x 205 (240)
107 x 48 x 78
116 x 54 x 80
153 x 54 x 94
160 x 100 x 67 (102)
The cost of the sand is not included
Based on sandplay, an acclaimed therapeutic method
Safe and resilient
A happy and soothing
iSandBOX Hope can be used with wheelchairs
Aura School for Special Leaders
Gympanzees is a non-profit company that organizes inclusive pop-up events in Bristol, UK. We are proud that iSandBOX is one of the highlights of such events, creating a safe environment for special-needs children.
Yuinoki, Ltd (株式会社結の樹), Japan is the manager of a Senior Care Facility in Nagoya. With the support of our partner Digital Garden Inc., they use iSandBOX for social assistance and care.
The equipment is used for therapy and rehabilitation of senior people. The sand and the bright scenarios projected onto the sand accompanied by the sounds of nature improve fine motor skills, boost the desire to live longer and helps restore mental abilities.
This is the second case when iSandBOX is used in welfare projects in Japan. iSandBOX has been successfully used in Yaruki Switch (やる気スイッチ) language school.
Aura center for autistic children in Tomsk, Russia. iSandBOX Children’s Hope is a great tool for therapy of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Today, we are going to meet a very special boy, who is receiving therapy at the Aura center for autistic children in Tomsk, Russia.
His intellectual functions are not impaired, but he is experiencing behavioral issues, so the major part of his therapy is aimed at improving his behavior, developing concentration and patience.
During the class, the boy does some fine motor activities and learns to remember small rhymes. Together with his teacher, they build various object, fantasize and play. The teacher makes sure that Yaroslav keeps his attention for the whole duration of one activity and follows her instructions without being distracted.
Yaroslav’s mom couldn’t be happier with these classes. She says that the interactive sandbox positively affects his emotional state. He comes back home really calm.
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