Show, Tell and WIN Chewelry – Chew Necklace from SentioLife Solutions

Show, Tell and WIN Chewelry – Chew Necklace from SentioLife Solutions

You can win a FREE SentioLife Solutions’ CHEW NECKLACE. (Either a KidCompanions Chewelry or a new SentioCHEWS)

HOW?

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  • photos and stories of your children using our KidCompanions Chewelry or our new SentioCHEWS!
  • From Feb. 12th to Feb 26th email lorna@kidcompanions.com with a 100 word story or longer explaining when, why, how your child benefits from using our chew necklaces.
  • Send, in an attached file,  a photo or photos of your child with our chew necklace.
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SUPER Sensory Tool SPECIAL – for OTs, Schools and Non-Profits!

SUPER Sensory Tool SPECIAL –  for OTs, Schools and Non-Profits!

SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. is offering a one-time offer of 30% OFF all non-sale items on their online store www.kidcompanions.com Minimum order is $50.

Health and safety are at the core of our company. KidCompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS are chew necklaces that function as a chewable and wearable sensory tool for people with special needs. It can be used as a fidget toy and can be mouthed. It is a discreet and age-appropriate alternative to traditional oral motor and manipulative tools.

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KidCompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS: SAFE Chewables for Those Who Bite and Chew

KidCompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS: SAFE Chewables for Those Who Bite and Chew

Are toys, clothes, bedding, books, and even furniture covered with little teeth marks and, worst yet, soaked and ruined from being chewed by a child who MUST chew or bite? Pierrette d’Entremont, owner and designer at SentioLife Solutions, Ltd., has just the safe chewables for those who bite and chew. Their popular chew necklaces KidCompanions Chewelry and the SentioCHEWS, on the market since November of 2013, help those with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), autism (ASD), Tourette syndrome (TS), Down Syndrome (DS), and all individuals who need oral stimulation.

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Financial Help When Your Child Has a Disability by Lisa Harrington

Financial Help When Your Child Has a Disability by Lisa Harrington

If your child has a disability, it is a strain on parents emotionally and financially. If one of your children has a physical or learning disability, your finances are probably not one of the areas that you want to focus on. However, with mounting medical bills and perhaps the additional cost of specialist equipment and help with the care of a child with a disability, this is something that you may well need to turn your attention to, as research shows that 40% of families with special needs children are placed under financial strain to meet their child’s additional requirements.

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