“Sensory Soccer Ball with its nice balance of auditory feedback, resistance and speed (slow!) providing the blind and visually impaired person with an opportunity to experience the same excitement with a ball sport that their sighted peers enjoy.”

-John C., Alaskan TVI/O&M Instructor

Research conducted by David Ratsakatika (2012-2013) University of Chichester, London proved Slow Motion (Developmental Ball) to be consistently beneficial for object control and soccer style dribbling for students with disabilities, especially for students with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)