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In this episode, I discuss a variety of oral motor items that can be helpful for toddlers with sensory processing and positive feeding skills.
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Hollow Teething Tubes
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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.
Sammons Preston Rubber Massage Brush
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Nuk brush is great for introducing oral motor stimulation to kids with Sensory Processing Disorder.
These cute animals vibrate when you twist the handle/post. Kids can use them to stimulate their mouth for awareness, or use them to help become desensitized through the vibrations.