We recommend ordering this chewy tube when disordered jaw duration is present. In other words, you can’t bite up and down at least 20 times with each set of molars on a firm chewy texture. This is important because it is representative of chewing meats and other chewy textures safely.
You can also order the yellow version for smaller weaker mouths.
We love this tool for infants to begin exploring different textures, practicing jaw duration, and tongue lateralization. The triangle shape is great for an infant / toddler to hold onto.
Horns and whistles amazingly address so many oral motor needs including cheek, lips, tongue, and jaw movements as well as controlling air flow.
When you make vowel sounds and or pretty much do anything with your mouth, you need to be able to stabilize your jaw at different opening levels. This tool helps you to attain stability at all the needed levels.
This is a great way to learn how to drink from a straw properly, control the flow of liquid, and it is leak proof.
This is a great cup for learning to drink from a cup because it controls the flow of the liquid, prevents a suckle, and is a better alternative to a sippy cup which only continues the immature suckle pattern of bottle drinking.
We recommend these spoons for children who have decreased lip strength and range of motion because it is shallow and is easier to remove food from it.
We recommend this spoon because it helps improve oral motor control. The bowl of the spoon is narrow and shallow making it perfect for smaller/ narrower mouths.
We recommend these lip blocks for someone who has trouble using only their lips while straw drinking. These are especially helpful for people who bite their straws.