For children with sensory processing disorders, including autism spectrum disorder, the playground can be full of challenges. But with thoughtful design, it can be an oasis of invigorating stimulation and therapeutic relief. The Sensory Car Wash invites children of all abilities to play together in an engaging, nonlinear way. A variety of soft, squeezable, and floppy sculptural forms hang in rows, tunnels, and arrays to create full-body fun. Some children find relief hugging, swinging, or swaying with the soft, colorful forms. Others love to run crashing through the shapes and colors for a stimulating but safe experience.
Designed by: Matt Green, Kurt Rampton, IDSA and Monty Montague, IDSA of BOLTGROUP and Tom Norquist and Steven Dupree of Playcore for Playcore Inc.