Sensory Silicone Brush
These brushes are beneficial for general sensory dysregulation, hyperactivity and tactile sensitivity. They can help integrate sensory input and minimize sensitivities.
When used regularly, dry brushing can help a child optimize their activity and arousal levels, while reducing sensory defensiveness.
Other 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.
This brush has two different tactile surfaces and is a nice soft brush to start off with.
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