These are reviews of products we have experience with. Websites will also be listed and a separate section for food related reviews.
A Quiet Quilt provides deep pressure
A review of the Quiet Quilt Mini-Quilt, suitable for children on the Spectrum and those with Sensory Integration Dysfunction.
Allergic Reactions - epi-pen Jr. [offsite link]
If your child has severe allergic reactions you need to have this pen. Also make sure school nurse or teacher has one.
BodyBugg to Control Weight Gain Issues
An option for those in the autism community that have increased appetite issues as a result of medication side effects. Caregivers, as well as high functioning individuals can manage their daily calories through the web based program and connect with others.
Consider A Bed Bumper For your Child with Autism
Sharing our experience with a bed bumper from Kidz Comfort.
Essential Oil Patches For Coughs And Colds
This is a natural patch that is good for autistic kids that cannot tolerate medicine and are suffering with a cough or cold.
Everyday Essentials for Male Teens with Autism
A listing of items that fall into the personal hygiene category that are part of everyday living for teens on the autism spectrum.
Help out victims with a Hug
Consider purchasing an Original SnuggL’Up to be sent directly to the children in the South.
No Rinse Shampoo - Product Review
The portable shampoo that works great on children with autism, the elderly, campers and Nasa Astronauts. No water necessary, hospital tested and approved.
Pamper Mom with Wei East We Hope Collection
Sharing the WE Help Bring the Hope to Autism Collection of beauty products where 100% of the proceeds go to Autism Research.
Sensory Critters [offsite link]
They sell sensory tubs, weighted neck wraps, lap pads, weighted vests and blankets. The site accepts paypal and has an affiliate program for support groups and non profit organizations. Articles also on autism and sensory integration.
Starting a Social Group
When your community does not have a service you need, it is sometimes possible to create the resource yourself. Setting up a social group for kids on the autism spectrum takes some patience and creativity, but with support from others in the community, you can lead your vision into reality.
Tempur-Pedic Pillows For Autistic Teens
Comparing the therapy and comfort Tempur-Pedic pillows in an autism household and finding the teens on the spectrum really like the pressure relieving material.
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