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Ziggurat stories

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In the extensive market of children’s toys and furniture, the Ziggurat has been quick to stand out for families like Grace's. When you're navigating the wild and wonderful world of neurodiversity, the right play resources can be an absolute game-changer.

Grace is a proud mother of two beautiful girls, Brea (5) and Remi (3). While both Grace and her daughter Brea have ADHD, Jake, Grace's partner, and their younger daughter, Remi, don't. This means that Brea and Remi’s play and learning needs differ. And that's precisely where the Ziggurat steps in.

Grace was on the hunt for resources tailored to Brea's needs - soft play products and a sensory/blackout tent topped her list. The Ziggurat with its innovative and modular nature, seemed to be the perfect answer. Unlike the toy slide, play tent, or fold-out tunnel which serve singular purposes, the Ziggurat is a canvas for imagination. Not only did it tick all the boxes Grace had in mind, but it also can be morphed into a safe haven for Brea, allowing her a space for emotional regulation.

The joy of play isn't lost with the Ziggurat. Brea has the freedom to explore and play without the usual limitations. For a child with a tendency for challenging boundaries, having a safe zone like the Ziggurat where she's not constantly met with a 'no' has been invaluable. As Grace fondly recalls, she’s never had to intervene for safety reasons when Brea is playing with the Ziggurat. 

There's growing research around the benefits of play therapy for neurodiverse children. The Ziggurat offers a safe and structured environment for them to express themselves, develop essential skills, and address emotional and behavioral challenges. An ideal tool for play therapy.

Grace explains, play therapy can look different for each individual child’s needs but the main focus is allowing them freedom to express and connect without barriers like being told ‘no’. 

Here are some articles Grace has shared explaining the idea around play therapy:

https://www.additudemag.com/play-therapy/amp/

https://www.healthline.com/health/play-therapy

https://www.additudemag.com/play-therapy-kids-adhd/amp/

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