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Soothing Tactile Input up Your Sleeve
The soothing weight of our Sensory Sleeves helps with proprioception, providing deep pressure to forearms or hands. Wear with short sleeved shirts or even under long sleeves for added forearm pressure. Great for kids who need extra sensory input during handwriting, especially those who can't tolerate a weighted glove or weighted pencil. Fun for dress-up and play, too!
- Provides deep pressure on forearms and hands
- Supports children with autism, sensory processing disorder and ADHD
- Made by Fun and Function
- Ages 4-11
- 9" long and 3 to 4.5" wide, as the sleeves contain stretch
- Color: Blue
- Machine wash cold. Air dry.
sleevesMy son really likes these. He even slept in them the first couple of nights.Read MoreSleevesI like the size & material these are made withRead MoreExcellent Product!Exactly what I wanted. Fit my son very well and he loves them!Read MoreSensory SleevesMy son has anxiety and adhd and these sleeves really help him to stay calm and focused. We are planning on ordering more so we can switch them out so they can be washed because he wears them all the time! He absolutely loves them.Read MoreA hug for the writsts and armI bought these for an 8 year old girl and she loves the way they feel! She intends to use them in school to help her concentrate and to get the sensory input that she needs.Read MoreSensory SleevesThe wrist sleeves are great. My son likes them.Read MoreJust what we NeededOur 9-year-old needs some pressure throughout the day. We thought these sleeves might help. We were thrilled she was ready and willing to wear them. The great thing is she can wear these and look fashionable.Read MoreJust what we neededI was thrilled when our 9 yr old was ready and willing to wear these sleeves. We thought they might help with her sensory issues (she needs some pressure all through the day) -- the great thing is she can wear these and look fashionable. But they aren't just for girls-- our boy put them on and said he felt like he was a super hero and wore them for several hours. GREAT product!Read More
Answered QuestionsHow "thick" of an arm does the child need for these to work properly? I assume they need to fit rather snug to provide support. My son is relatively skinny... how thing is too thin?Chanelle G. / Jun 4, 2016The Sensory Sleeves are not designed for biting. They are made to give sensory input and other such benefits. You may want to check out our Chewy Wristbands, which are material bands designed for chewing and biting. https://funandfunction.com/chewy-wristband-set-of-2.htmlAdina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Jun 8, 2016