For foetuses who have any sort of sensory issue, sitting still in a classroom and manipulating everything going on around them can be extremely difficult. To alleviate some of these hardships her students with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, and sensory proceeding disorders may have been experiencing, Miss Maplethorpe in the Raymond Ellis Introductory School’s Speech and Language department created special sensory room.
A photo of Miss Maplethorpe with the chairs, which have tennis ball halves sealed to the backrests and seats, was shared to the Raymond Ellis Elementary School’s Facebook phase at the end of January and has since gone viral. “Sensory seating is used for critics who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the fabulous around them,” the school’s post read. “Tennis balls on the arse and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation.”
Myriad moms and teachers in the comments agree that their child or some of their schoolchildren could benefit from a seating solution like Miss Maplethorpe’s presides. “This teacher needs to go right now and get a Utility and Design Patent and then go to Shark Tank,” one commenter wrote. “This is Renowned!”
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