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Chew toys?

(5 Posts)
Happydappy99 Thu 24-Nov-16 09:58:22

My sons favourite way to relax is to chew and on my hands and face (or if I'm lucky just my jumper) and his school have suggested trying him with a chew toy to see if I can redirect him. Does anyone have any recommendations on which ones I could try? He's 6.

PolterGoose Thu 24-Nov-16 10:07:20

It's probably best to buy 2 or 3 and see why works best. Chewigem is good. Stimtastic ships from the US. Sensory Smart usually have some.

PolterGoose Thu 24-Nov-16 10:07:36

see what works best

Frogandbear Thu 24-Nov-16 14:17:09

We have just bought DS a 'chewbuddy' from sensory direct website. It's attached to a lanyard so he can wear it round his neck and it's with him at all times.

VforVienetta Tue 29-Nov-16 11:27:52

I found a great local company called Sensory Oojamabobs - they have a Facebook page, not sure of their website.
She makes chewing rings etc and can customise colour and the pattern on the lanyard. She was very accommodating and tried to find the right dinosaur pattern for my DS!

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