We invite you to explore the Calm-to-Go sensory collection and get a feel for which equipment works for you. All items in the Libraries' circulating Calm-to-Go collection are listed in Barton; do a title search on "Calm-to-Go" and click on "Find it in the library/request item" for a full listing of what's currently available.
The Libraries' collection includes:
The MIT Libraries, MindHandHeart, and MIT Medical are pleased to announce the launch of the Calm-to-Go program, designed to help anyone experiencing stress to experiment with different strategies to calm their bodies and their minds. Now a pilot project, Calm-to-Go enables members of the MIT community to check out equipment such as noise cancelling headphones, weighted shoulder wraps, and neurofeedback or biofeedback equipment. The Libraries' Calm-to-Go materials are available for MIT community members to borrow for two weeks and use at home; additional items are available for use in the Compton Lounge.
Want to know more? Check out this video for ideas on how to get started.