Research after research done by Autism Spectrum experts has shown that trampolining will be of great benefit to your child on the autism spectrum disorder. Other than giving them freedom as they jump jump up in the air, the trampoline also helps by acting as a therapeutic physical activity that keeps the child engaged and help them release some of the bottled up energies that they might have.
Due to this kind of research most of the entertainment parks in the developed countries such as the USA have actually gone ahead to create ‘autistics only’ entertainment moments. This is mapped out such that no other kid or adult is accepted at the entertainment venues when those kids with sensory processing disorders are called in.
During such moments, the lights are kept at minimum while blaring noise is kept low. The visiting autistic kids might also be asked to come in with their sensory headphones so that they are not irked by too much noise and that the headphones might muffle out unwanted noise through active noise control.
This acts as a great moment for the ASD kids as they are not bothered by other normal kids who might bully them, talk about them or just make unnecessary noise.
And then the trampolining for the autistic kids begin. Reviews by parents have shown that their kids while leaving such entertainment places look more contented, happy and really excited. They are able to explore their energies as well as feel that indeed they were in a therapeutic session.
The parents of the kids with sensory processing disorder say that they look up to those moments when on that dull Sunday afternoon, their kids on the ASD are able to access the trampoline, jump, enjoy without being bullied or attracting a scene.