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Name
Sensory Corner
Category
Mobility aids & useful products
Address
Auckland
Postal Address
Po Box 17057
Greenlane
Auckland 1546
Regions
Auckland, Northland, Waitemata, Counties Manukau, Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Lakes, Tairawhiti, Taranaki, Whanganui, Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa, MidCentral, Capital & Coast, Hutt Valley, Nelson Marlborough, West Coast, Canterbury, South Canterbury, Southern (Otago), Southern (Southland)
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Personnel
Owner
Rachel Cheung - 0211621988
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Sensory Corner is a supplier of sensory and motor therapy equipment in New Zealand. Our mission is to make sensory and motor therapy equipment available for all in New Zealand. We seek to supply equipment to help increase/maintain independent function to enable individuals to live active and purposeful lives. Our aim is to source quality products from around the world and bring them together in one catalogue.

Sensory Corner specialises in manufacturing weighted products such as weighted products such as blankets, animals, and babies. We supply to hospitals, retirement villages, rest homes, and residential and community care facilities nationwide.

We are always interested in your feedback are always looking for new ideas. If you can't find what you are looking for in our catalogue, please feel free to contact us, we'd love to hear from you.
Payment
Payment
Payment Status Details
Payment required Yes
Subsidy may be available Yes If eligible, funding for equipment through ACC, Ministry of Health or Individualised Funding may be accessed.
Updated: 15 Dec 2023
Equipment & Products
Equipment & Products
Equipment & Products Status Details
Equipment/Aids Yes Weighted/sensory Blankets, weighted animals, aids for daily living
Updated: 15 Sep 2019