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Welcome to Sensory Seekers: An Inclusive Sensory Play Gym for Children!

 

We believe children learn best through PLAY. At Sensory Seekers children will discover ways to keep their minds, bodies, and imaginations active and happy!

 

85 Manchester Street

Concord, New Hampshire

603-333-2879

help@sensoryseekers.org  

Drop-In Rates

1 Hour Play - $12 per Child

2 Hour Play - $18 per Child

Membership Options Available!

Please excuse our website's appearance. We are experiencing some technical issues!

 

***Announcements***

  • GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABE! :-)
  • We have a NEW booking system!!! Please bear with us as we work out the kinks!
  • ***Payment Methods we accept: Cash (exact change only, please) and Debit/Credit Cards.
  • Please note that we do NOT accept checks.***

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For safety reasons, there is a 25 child maximum allowed in our gym at any given time. 

 

Please note that we are a SHOE-FREE facility!

 

Socks are optional for children, but Anti- Slip socks are highly encouraged for children who do choose to wear socks!

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What to Expect

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Your First Visit

Our Play Space

Waivers must be read and signed by parents / guardians for all children entering the gym, regardless of age or participation.

 

 

No food, drinks or shoes are permitted on the blue play mats. These items may be left in the designated cubby area near the front.

 

 

We book all play sessions at predetermined/set times.

Our daily time slots are as follows...

 

Monday - Friday

1 Hour Play: 9-10am, 10-11am, 11-12 noon, 12 - 1pm, 2-3pm, 3-4pm, 4-5pm, (Thurs/Fri 5-6pm)

2 Hour Play: 9-11am, 11-1pm, 2-4pm, (Thurs/Fri 4-6pm)

Saturday

1 Hour Play: 10-11am, 11-12 noon, 12-1pm, 1-2pm, 2-3pm, 3-4pm, 4-5pm, 5-6pm

2 Hour Play: 10-12 noon, 12 - 2pm, 2-4pm, 4-6pm

 

We are closed daily from 1-2pm for cleaning and sanitizing and are closed to the public on Sundays.

 

 

Sensory Seekers is a specially designed inclusive play space that was designed for children with sensory needs. 

 

Due to the gyms unique design however, ALL children, regardless of their individual abilities, can enjoy and benefit from the programs and play space offered by our gym. 

 

Some of the equipment found in our gym is outlined below. 

 

We frequently move things around, switch out swings, rotate sensory bin contents and add new items!

During open gym, children have unrestricted access to our many swings, climbing structures, slides, sensory bins, art tables, crash pit, calm down room and more! They are encouraged to explore the various areas of the gym at their own pace.

Climbing Structures & Rope Tunnel 

For complex motor planning and coordination as well as regulation through joint distraction

 

Specialty Swings

Suitable for children of all ages – Provides vestibular input, core strengthening for postural control, and increased regulation/focus.

Steam Roller Slide

Providing deep pressure/increased proprioception as well as assisting with motor planning, body awareness and shoulder stability.

Sensory & Weighted Toys 

Assisting with sensory integration, auditory processing, regulation/calming, and heavy body work input

Crash Pit

Assists with improved motor planning and sensory input through increased proprioceptive input.

Messy Play Area

Aids in improving fine motor and visual skills.

Book Your Gym Time Today! 

Gym Rules 

SENSORY SEEKERS, LLC. POLICIES & PROCEDURES

  • PARENTS/GUARDIANS MUST REMAIN WITH AND SUPERVISE THEIR CHILD(REN) AT ALL TIMES.

  • Be mindful of others in the gym and have fun!

  • On the first visit to the gym, all parents/guardians must read & sign waivers for their children.

  • Mask wearing is not required and is up to the individual families at Sensory Seekers.

  • Everyone must sanitize hands after removing shoes.

  • Frequent hand sanitizing or handwashing is encouraged- there is a hand washing sink in the messy play area.

  • All children must be accompanied by an adult in the restroom, gym space, and during activities.

  • Please only change diapers in the restroom. Be sure each child washes their hands thoroughly.

  • No food or drinks are allowed on the blue play mats.

  • Everyone must remove their shoes before walking on the blue play mats.

  • Adults are required to wear socks.

  • Children may wear socks or go barefoot, creating an authentic sensory experience. Anti-slip socks or bare feet are preferred/recommended.

  • A staff member on the floor will demonstrate proper equipment use as needed. However, you are solely responsible for the safety and well-being of your children. You must supervise your children at all times.

  • Equipment is only to be utilized in its regular intended use.

  • You must listen to and abide by Sensory Seekers LLC, staff member’s instructions.

  • When other patrons are waiting to use a swing or other equipment, please limit your use to ensure everyone gets a chance to experience it.

  • Therapists who actively work with a child in the gym space are not subject to time restrictions on equipment.

  • During therapy sessions, certain pieces of equipment may not be available.

  • Respect other patrons by refraining from electronics (camera, cell phone, tablet, laptop, etc.) unless necessary.

  • If you must take a call, keep your ringer and voice volume low.

  • Please be courteous of other patrons and do not bring sick children to Sensory Seekers LLC.

  • Help us all stay healthy and promptly clean up any bodily discharge. Notify a staff member if you need assistance.

  • Sensory Seekers LLC is not responsible for loss, damage, or theft of personal effects. This includes, but is not limited to, items placed on the shoe rack or items lost/damaged while playing.

  • At its discretion, Sensory Seekers can refuse to allow the use of its facilities and equipment to anyone it so chooses.

  • Sensory Seekers LLC reserves the right to close the gym for private events. Be sure to call or check online first.

  • Violation of Policies and Procedures may result in having to leave Sensory Seekers.

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