Category: Seizures

Vibrating Cushion

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The Vibrating Cushion is a product designed for those individuals ages three and up with sensory processing disorder who respond well to pressure to sit or stand on. Can also be activated by squeezing for a double sensation - using muscles and receiving vibration. Sit and stand in a game of Simon Says.  A game of musical chairs but only some (one) chair has the vibrating cushion. Put the cushion on the floor, lie on it with the user's bottom or back on it (if there is enough weight to activate). Might be useful first thing in the morning to help wake the body. Choking hazard; contains small parts. Note, as with most vibrating items, there is a sound that could be distracting to others.

Technical Specifications: 

Dimensions (LxW): Cover is 3 x 10 inches.

Color: Blue.

Materials: Plush jelly, green bumpy turtle.

Options: Choose the color, shape and price.

  • Blue square.
    • Original (vinyl cover) $39.99 CAD. 
    • Touchable (soft cover) $44.99 CAD.
  • Orange circle.
    • Original (vinyl cover) $39.99 CAD. 
    • Touchable (soft cover) $44.99 CAD.
  • Red octagon.
    • Original (vinyl cover) $39.99 CAD. 
    • Touchable (soft cover) $44.99 CAD.

Power: Requires 2 AA batteries, included.

  • Original (vinyl cover) $39.99 CAD. 
  • Touchable (soft cover) $44.99 CAD.
  • Original (vinyl cover) $39.99 CAD. 
  • Touchable (soft cover) $44.99 CAD.


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Vibrating Cushion

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Phone: 866-837-3851

Sold By:

InnovAID, inc.
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Wye Road92536 – 688 T8A 3X4 Sherwood Park alberta,canada


In 2002, Alice Walker and Diane Luzny combined their desire to help people with special needs and their love of creative sewing to create InnovAID.



Alice, who worked at the Robin Hood Centre for People with Disabilities teamed up with Margaret Galipeau, a physical therapist who specialized in sensory processing disorder (SPD), to design a weighted vest that was more effective than anything she could find on the market.


Diane offered her expertise in marketing, structure and business organization to bring the project to life.  Shortly thereafter, Alice, being of retirement age, left InnovAID when she realized there were other interests calling her name.  Thankfully, she continues to be an informal consultant to InnovAID.


As InnovAID grew, Diane had the honour of being on the board of (Sensory Processing Disorder Canada).  After a successful multi-year run, closed in November 2012.  Through it, Diane gained a broader awareness of the frustrations, joys, needs and resource of people with SPD.


InnovAID’s focus is on the creation and selling of well-designed and quality-made products for people with special needs, mostly people with sensory issues. One of InnovAID's unique qualities is that many of our products can be customized or custom-made.

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