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Switch Adapted Device for Sensory Development Designed by Experia Now Offered by Rehabmart.com

September 23, 2013

As an easier and more economical way to choose the range of sensory products required for an individual, classroom or facility, Experia combines some of their most popular products together in 'bundles.' As an ideal set of equipment that is well suited for the development of switching skills, along with cause and effect and color recognition skills, the Switching Skills Bundle is comprised of everyone's favorite 3 feet tall IRiS LED Bubble Tube, along with the popular, integral battery-powered IRiS Switchbox.

Elberton, GA (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

Rehabmart.com, an online e-commerce company that sells rehabilitation and medical supplies, has joined into a distribution collaboration with Experia USA, Incorporated to offer their Switching Skills Bundle to a more comprehensive consumer marketplace. Now headquartered in Buford, Georgia, Experia USA is the North American branch of the Experia company that originally began in the UK. As the UK's leading designer and manufacturer of superior quality sensory equipment that offers a fresh and fun approach, Experia develops multi-sensory equipment that offers vital and unsurpassed efficacy in the treatment of sensory disorders experienced by children and adults alike. Leading the industry with the next generation of wireless multi-sensory devices, the product lines from Experia includes their groundbreaking IRiS technology, projectors, fiber optics, aromatherapy, storytelling equipment, sensory pools, sensory room equipment, and sensory equipment bundles.

As an easier and more economical way to choose the range of sensory products required for an individual, classroom or facility, Experia combines some of their most popular products together in 'bundles.' As an ideal set of equipment that is well suited for the development of switching skills, along with cause and effect and color recognition skills, the Switching Skills Bundle is comprised of everyone's favorite 3 feet tall IRiS LED Bubble Tube, along with the popular, integral battery-powered IRiS Switchbox. The brightly colored switch panels on the portable Switchbox attract young users to experiment with its eight switching mode inputs, while the floor-standing Bubble Tube responds to the changes users make with the different switch modes which include timed, racing, latched, momentary and more.

The easy-to-set-up Switching Skills Bundle comes complete with an instruction manual, and is a fun and refreshing new way to stimulate and further develop a young user's visual, tactile and gross motor skills. “We are thrilled to introduce more consumers to the comprehensive and inclusive Switching Skills Bundle from Experia USA,” said Hulet Smith, OTR/L, MBA and CEO of Rehabmart. “Safe and easy to use, this device encourages learning dependent upon each individual child's capabilities with its eight different switch inputs. The LED Bubble Tube consistently delights users of every age, and is very safe to use as it uses the main's voltage, but transforms it to low voltage when it is in operation. Highlighting unsurpassed quality, functionality, efficacy of sensory treatment and durability, we are very proud to offer the Switching Skills Bundle, and all of the fantastic sensory equipment from Experia USA, to our customers at Rehabmart.com.”

About Rehabmart.com:

As an Occupational Therapist, the founder of Rehabmart, Hulet Smith, has the breadth of knowledge and experience necessary to match the needs of his customers with the very latest innovative products in the field of medical supplies and rehabilitation equipment. As a parent of special needs children, he has a personal interest in finding the best products to improve the lives of those who are disabled and medically challenged. Rehabmart.com is committed to provide superior customer service, competitive pricing and exceptional product offerings.

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