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From calming to stimulating, vibrating cushions are becoming a popular way to provide tactile output. Vibration has many therapeutic benefits for all ages, with or without disabilities or sensory processing disorders. These vibrating shapes are a comfortable and convenient way to provide soothing, regulating effects to any part of your body. In particular, children with sensory processing disorders / sensory integration dysfunction enjoy, and often need or crave, the input these pillows provide. For the under sensitive child, the pillows can provide the absolute necessary input to help calm and regulate their system. You could even place the pillow next to your child to help them drift into a peaceful sleep. Shapes available: Circle, Triangle, Square, Rectangle.
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