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A Sensory Motor Approach to Feeding in the Down syndrome Population
A Sensory Motor Approach to Feeding in the Down syndrome Population
Course Description This one day class focuses on the development of oral sensory motor skills...
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TALK TOOLS WORKSHOPS Unraveling TOTs: Beyond the Basics
TALK TOOLS WORKSHOPS Unraveling TOTs: Beyond the Basics
The TalkTools® Conference Initiative has proven to be a game-changer for our Training Program by pr...
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My preferred reccommendation - proPREEFER
My preferred reccommendation - proPREEFER
"Oral motor therapy exercise: Roll the proPreefer (or the Z-Vibe with the Preefer attachment) up a...
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World Down Syndrome Day (or a week?) - promotion
World Down Syndrome Day (or a week?) - promotion
Not only for our exceptional children: T-vibes for sensory treatment, Constructive plates for pic...
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
May the New Year 2021 bring you more happiness, blessings and love! ...
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Beckman's Tri-Chew - small enough, bumps and swirls, and easy to hold with it's triangular shape. That's why these chews specially recommended for babies!

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  • TRI-CHEW Beckman soft

    €8.51

    The Tri-Chew has ridges, bumps, and swirls on each end to simulate the various textures of food used for chewing. Jaw movement and pressure can be experienced through the varied sizes of the ends, which are also small enough to prevent gagging.

     

  • TRI CHEW COMBO

    €16.10

    TRI CHEW Beckman COMBO- 1 Soft and 1 Tough, perfect for babies, designed by Debra Beckman.

  • Tri-Chew Beckman hard

    €8.51

    This product is the same as the Tri-Chew, but made with the tougher, Grabber XT material. It was designed with ridges, bumps, and swirls on each end to simulate the various textures of food used for chewing

  • TRI CHEW GRABBER SOFT

    €8.51

    A fantastic chewy tool for babies who need increased biting, jaw activity, and sensory input in the oral cavity. Narrow, designed especially for patients who do not open their mouths wide.