AUG 11, 2023
Great School Supply Additions for Children with Sensory or Focus Challenges
Parents around the country are shopping for backpacks, scissors, crayons, and notebooks. The most important supplies to your student, may not be the ones that are on any traditional list. A child with sensory processing disorder, autism, ADHD, or anxiety may face challenges with day-to-day learning due to fidgeting, inability to focus, or feelings of anxiety. Including some of these tools in your back-to-school shopping will help your child to have a more successful year.
SmartKnitKIDS Seamless Sensitivity Socks
These socks are perfectly seamless. We're able to do this with a unique manufacturing process where the socks are knitted in the same way that a caterpillar knits a cocoon. Not only that, but they're made of super soft, stretchy, form-fitting materials, so they're extra comfortable. And they don't wrinkle or bunch up. Our high-tech fibers wick moisture away from the skin making them drier also. Parents across the country share that SmartKnitKIDS Seamless Socks make their mornings easier and stress-free.
Another must have for Back to School is our Compresso-T. Compresso-T's deep pressure feeling provides the ideal amount of compression for a gentle "hug" feel that helps calm or focus your child. This is a great tool for kids that crave deep sensory input or a child that needs a little extra help in sitting still and focusing.
SmartKnitKIDS Seamless Undies and Bralettes
Alternative Seat Options
Scented Putty or Dough
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This is general information and not intended to diagnose or treat patients. It is the provider's responsibility to ascertain the appropriateness of individual applications of compression therapy. Patients should always consult with their provider prior to wearing compression products.