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This Sensory Brushes are available in two colores. Soft and gentle material, perfect for the skin of your child.
What is the Sensory Brush?
The sensory brush is often a part of a sensory integration or sensory therapy program run by an occupational therapist. It involves brushing the body with a small sensory brush throughout the day.
People who exhibit symptoms of tactile defensiveness are extremely sensitive to touch.
The complete protocol usually takes 2-3 minutes to administer. The first step involves using a soft, plastic, sensory brush which is run over the child’s skin, using very firm pressure; it is like a deep pressure massage.
Important: Brushing starts at the arms and works down to the feet. The face, chest, and stomach area are never brushed because these are very sensitive areas.
In our experience: Some of the benefits may include improved ability to transition between daily activities, improved attention span, a decreased fear or discomfort of being touched, enhanced coordination, and better self-regulation.
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