Having a child with autism - it means to think outside the box.
Depending on the severity of the disease, children with autism suffer from situations that others can easily handle. Autistics respond differently to social stimuli. They may avoid eye contact, do not respond to embrace or not to know how to ask for help, and do not seem sure how to communicate with others, to understand them.
Autism can be identified by a whole range of conditions. It is essential to communicate with such children with compassion and understanding. The feeling of constant overstimulation may be unbearable for them. Overstimulation of autistic children can cause crying or they may become depressed, become despondent and avoid answering questions.
Floating can offer a way to help children with autism to get relief from the constant overstimulation in everyday life.
Allowing them to be alone in the float chamber, we give them the opportunity to ease the pressure of social interaction, which often leads to severe stress.
In our Flotation cabin there is no gravity, and as there is no external stimuli to the brain, a person enters into a state between sleep and waking. It is like a dream state with only one difference – a person can control their condition.Even for the children there is no risk associated with this therapy. 1000lb of Epsom salt in your camera makes it easy to stay on the surface.
Relieving Depression, stress reduction, improved sleep, increased concentration, boost of energy, and reduction in pain are only a small part of the overall benefits of floating.
Children suffering from autism are feeling the pressure of the world around them. Floating can help autistic children to reduce impact onto their consciousness from the external stimuli - sounds, smells, species.