This booster seat can be used for sitting at the kitchen table using a regular kitchen chair. It will work well for kids who are able to sit independently because there are no safety straps to hold them on the seat. If you need one with safety buckles, there are other ones on Amazon.
This one does have straps, but they are to hold the cushion to the chair so it doesn’t fall off.
You can also use this cushion on the floor to work on sitting balance for those kiddos that need the extra core strength and endurance practice!
These are “old school” oral motor infant teething, gum massagers, oral sensory tools. These are not made for babies that already have teeth! They can and will bite through this fairly easily with teeth!
It is a good item for babies who don’t have teeth yet, and who are needing some massage on their gums to help them feel better while they are trying to get their teeth to push through!
It is also a good oral sensory tool for de-sensitizing or for stimulating an infants mouth to help with feeding strategies.
Baby bottle holder – slide this on over the bottle so the baby can learn to hold their own bottle. This gadget can be good for little ones that have gross motor delays, fine motor delays, and general difficulties with bringing hands to the middle (midline) to hold things.
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These Globbles are an interesting Tactile Sensory Processing item! They are very sticky, and even stick to each other well! Kids can squeeze, poke, smash them and experience a unique type of texture when using them! For smaller kids, use with caution and/or adult supervision.
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In this Episode of the Milestones Podcast, I talk about the STNR or Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex. I explain what this reflex looks like, and how it works. I also discuss options for exercises to do for a retained STNR.