Maze Balance and Rehab Board

 Fantastic for all Ages! The Weplay – Maze Balance and Rehab Board is an incremental balance board that elevates balance coordination to a higher level. The snail labyrinth pattern on the board provides challenge and amusement in ball rotation. Suitable for ages 3 years. - 100 years. The ball size...
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 Fantastic for all Ages!

The Weplay – Maze Balance and Rehab Board is an incremental balance board that elevates balance coordination to a higher level. The snail labyrinth pattern on the board provides challenge and amusement in ball rotation. Suitable for ages 3 years. - 100 years.

The ball size of the Maze Balance and Rehab Board is 3.7cm.

The Maze Balance and Rehab Board from Weplay is a fantastic addition to the learning environment, providing children with endless hours of fun and exploration while they practice and challenge their physical abilities.

The Maze Balance and Rehab Board has so many developmental benefits that can be achieved as children combine their problem-solving skills along with balance, strength, and coordination to rotate the ball through the maze on the balancing board.

Did you know...

Balance boards have long been used by therapists working with people who struggle with their cognitive and sensory skills as well as for rehabilitation and to assist our ageing population to maintain their strength and stability.

Developmental Skills
Stimulate and develop your children’s senses. This Maze Balance and Rehab Board is designed to engage, provoke and develop the 5 senses. Fine motor activities such as play panels, puzzles, block play, threading, weaving, and lacing encourage hand/eye coordination and cognitive development.

The Maze Balance and Rehab Board is perfect for the development of language and communication through the use of tactile and sensory activities.

Rehab Skills

Performing exercises on a Maze Balance and Rehab Board develops proprioception, which is the subconscious ability to sense body position and joint movement. The proprioceptive system involves numerous receptor nerves located in muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints that are able to sense changes in muscle tension. The brain then responds to those changes by sending signals for the muscles to contract or relax appropriately. You’re constantly correcting your body position through your proprioceptive system without being consciously aware of it.

Aged Care Skills

The proprioceptive system can be damaged or become less effective with age, which can cause balance issues and subsequent injuries from falls. The Maze Balance and Rehab Board board can assist those elderly individuals to maintain or improve proprioception.

Using a Balance Board

When first using the Maze Balance and Rehab Board, begin by trying to stay on balance while standing on the board. Set your feet onto the Maze Balance and Rehab Board so that they’re shoulder-width apart with the toes pointed forward. You’ll likely wobble back and forth in the beginning, but you will see stability improvements with practice. Once you’re ready to challenge yourself further, try balancing with your eyes closed. You can also try to control the movement of the Maze Balance and Rehab Board by tilting it side-to-side and front-to-back without the edges of the board touching the floor. Make sure you use the Maze Balance and Rehab Board in an area free of obstacles.

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