Monday, September 12, 2011


Good Day all.

These awesome little sensory items are called "Chewlery." You can find them at in our Product Reviews under Sensory.

I know some of you may have seen them on other children or have a few of your own. I wanted to let you know there is quite a selection out now and a great gift idea for that hard to buy for RettGirl. Sensory is such a big issue in our lives along with the dreaded teeth grinding (Eeek, even typing those 2 words made my ears tingle.)

As you can see there is a great selection of colors between From the pink and purple on the girl above to the yellow, blue and green.

This fabric elephant is my girl's favorite. We can get her to chew on this rather than the also Non-Toxic plastic coils that are a staple in some girls' homes.

I once visited a Mom who's daughter got an assorted case from her Grandparents every year for Christmas. Without them she is a constant grinder and sometimes biter.


from the company website:

Chewable jewelry is a great way to keep kids from chewing on their clothes, while letting them work through their chewing tendencies. Its also great for oral-motor stimulating activities. Non toxic, colorful, plastic jewelry that "streeeetches".

For the fabric chewlery

Helps kids with difficulty handling sensory input
Absorbent, adorable, slightly stretchy neckwear that contains elastic
Low-pile terry cloth provides a natural comfort for the mouth
Bleachable, machine washable and dryable
Endorsed by therapists and moms


If you are looking for that "something" that will help with those oral motor sensory tendencies. These come highly recommended!

Have a great week!

Terri V~For RettGirl

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