Students at the Center for Advanced Professional Studies in the Blue Valley School District have applied for a patent and hope to eventually market Sensory Chair™ and Sensory Lounger™ for less than $1,000. Involved in the project are students Trey Pellen (clockwise from left), 17, Daniel Jezmir, 17, Peter Bentele, 18, Zach Naatz, 18, Jenna Felsen, 17, Austin Edmondson, 17, and Andy Vietti, 17.
Students at the Center for Advanced Professional Studies in the Blue Valley School District have applied for a patent and hope to eventually market Sensory Chair™ and Sensory Lounger™ for less than $1,000. Involved in the project are students Trey Pellen (clockwise from left), 17, Daniel Jezmir, 17, Peter Bentele, 18, Zach Naatz, 18, Jenna Felsen, 17, Austin Edmondson, 17, and Andy Vietti, 17. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Students at the Center for Advanced Professional Studies in the Blue Valley School District have applied for a patent and hope to eventually market Sensory Chair™ and Sensory Lounger™ for less than $1,000. Involved in the project are students Trey Pellen (clockwise from left), 17, Daniel Jezmir, 17, Peter Bentele, 18, Zach Naatz, 18, Jenna Felsen, 17, Austin Edmondson, 17, and Andy Vietti, 17. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

Blue Valley students build chairs that snuggle children with autism into calm

December 26, 2014 02:18 PM

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