Pierrette d’Entremont Talks About Her Sensory Tools with Radio Canada

Pierrette designed her sensory tools thinking of her own child with sensory issues. Now KidCompanions Chewelry is sold worldwide to kids with autism, sensory processing disorders, Tourette syndrome, ADHD, etc.  The interview, “Pierrette d’Entremont Talks About Her Sensory Tools with Radio Canada” has the English Translation below. Pierrette d’Entremont-Crimmins, owner of KidCompanions talks about Chewelry and the growth of her company, SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. on Canadian News channel Radio Canada.

The second line of sensory tools she mentions in the interview was launched in November of 2013. These chew necklaces are The second line of sensory tools she mentions in the interview was launched in November of 2013. These chew necklaces are called SentioCHEWS and are also made in Canada with the same safety features as their first chew pendants called KidCompanions Chewelry.called SentioCHEWS and are also made in Canada with the same safety features as their first chew pendants called KidCompanions Chewelry. Why a second line of sensory tools?

“Parents of aggressive chewers wanted an even more durable chew,” said Pierrette d’Entremont, product designer and principal owner of SentioLife Solutions Ltd. “Our SentioCHEWS are more durable than competing products on the market, usually made of silicone. This new material is FDA compliant, BPA, latex and metal free. Making the product in our Nova Scotia warehouse also ensures final product quality, while we can keep an eye on our supply chain. Aspects that imported products can sometimes lack.”

PLEASE NOTE: The USA prices in the photos vary a bit with the value of our Canadian dollar on the day you place your order.

Pierrette d’Entremont

Talks About Her Sensory Tools with Radio Canada

Buy our Sensory Tools: Kidcompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS

English Translation: “Pierrette d’Entremont Talks About Her Sensory Tools with Radio Canada”

Now a designer from Nova Scotia has found a specific niche Pierrette d’Entremont (PDE) has invented a pendant that can be chewed and that is now sold all over the world. It has become a unique tool for children and even adults who have special needs. Nicole Laverne-Smith speaks about it…..

NLS: In West Pubnico, Pierrette d’Entremont is well known for her talents in jewelry design, but in her studio she shines with her absence and her display case is nearly empty.

PDE: I really don’t have the time to make fine jewelry.

NLS: It’s in this room in the back of the warehouse that she hides these days and she is very busy. She fills orders from clients from around the world who want to buy the chew pendant she has invented.

PDE: They are sensory tools that people use to calm themselves. Often children chew on them.

NLS: This oral-motor tool helps specifically autistic, hyperactive or OCD children finding their calm. It’s her daughter with Tourette syndrome who gave her the idea.KidCompanions Chewelry- Pierrette d’Entremont Talks About Her Sensory Tools with Radio Canada

PDE: She has many sensory problems and I noticed that she took her baby sister’s chewy to mouth while watching television.

NLS: Pierrette realized that it was not only infants that need such a toy to mouth or to manipulate, children and adults do as well.

PDE: Often, it’s the mothers that say “I hope it’s going to save shirts as my child will go through 2 or 3 a week”

NLS: The success of the sensory tool surpassed Pierrette’s expectations, selling around 5000 last year and hopefully double the count this year. She is now developing a chew pendant with materials that are more durable for children that are more aggressive chewers. The client’s comments are encouraging….Pierrette designed her sensory tools thinking of her own child with sensory issues. Now KidCompanions Chewelry is sold worldwide to kids with autism, sensory processing disorders, Tourette syndrome, ADHD, etc.

PDE: Comments like “Thank you! my child has come from school today with a smile on his face for the first time in his life”. It’s like “Wow!” ..it’s surprising. It’s something that I would never heard when making Pearl jewelry.

NLS: Nicole Laverne-Smith, Radio Canada, West Pubnico.

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