Tag Archives: down syndrome

Life with Down Syndrome by Amanda Gilbert

My daughter was born two weeks early, in the early hours of April 30, 2011. It wasn’t until the on-call pediatrician made his rounds the next day that I ever thought anything would be amiss. “Is her dad Asian by any chance?” he asked me. I must have looked confused, because he then clarified, “her eyes are […]

Anatomy of Special Needs Children by Masters-in-special-education.com

Anatomy of Special Needs Children by Masters-in-special-education.com

Masters-in-special-education.com recently published an infographic entitled “Anatomy of a Special Needs Child”. We were invited to post it on our Special Needs Blog as it was felt that the infographic is a good fit for our blog. I absolutely agree and I love it! It is so colorful and informative that I  immediately want to sharing […]

Who Is Behind KidCompanions Chewelry and What Is Their Story

Who Is Behind KidCompanions Chewelry and What Is Her Story?

Pierrette and Lorna d’Entremont, daughter and mother, are co-owners of SentioLife Solutions, the makers of the sensory tool line “KidCompanions Chewelry“. The original KidCompanions chew necklace was invented by Pierrette in 2007. Our sensory oral-motor tool is still made in Canada and sourced in Canada and the United states.  Our sensory chew necklace is a […]

Child chewing her hair instead of chewelry

Who Can Benefit from Using KidCompanions Chewelry?

Our oral-motor tools called KidCompanions Chewelry, are great for all who MUST chew, bite or fidget and appreciated by those with autism, ADHD, Tourette syndrome, Down syndrome, FASD, sensory processing disorder (SPD), etc. The chewable pendants have two textures/materials. The raised heart dot is smooth and harder than the smooth, rubbery rest of the pendant. The heart shapes […]


Yes, Moms, KidCompanions Chewelry Is a SAFE Sensory Oral-Motor Tool AND a Fidget

Stylish, discreet pendants “just right” to touch, to chew, and to wear for ALL who must bite, chew and/or fidget perfect for home, school, sensory diets,