ARK's Baby Grabber (Blue)

Price: €9.50
Ex VAT: €7.72
Product Code: ARK001
Availability: In Stock

 

Designed for infants who are in the developmental stages of mouthing. 

ARK's Baby Grabber is designed to calm and soothe infants who are in the early stages of development.  At approximately 5-6 months, babies start mouthing and chewing in order to strengthen their mouth muscles and exercise their lips, tongue, and jaw.  This oral exploration prepares them to eat solid foods and to make speech sounds later on.  Made out of soft, chewy, medical grade material, the Grabber provides a safe outlet for babies to develop these skills.  It can also assist in self-organisation, in the transition from puréed to textured foods, and in soothing sore gums.  While all surfaces of the Grabber can be chewed on, the extension provides input all the way to the back molar area.  This product is highly recommended for infants with hypersensitivity and oral sensory defensiveness.  The product measures approximately 4 inches in length and just less than 2 inches across the loop.  Products sold individually.

Please note that we strongly recommend that you only purchase this item if advised to do so by a therapist. 

Safety Statement

This item is not a toy and should be used under adult supervision at all times.

No two chewers are the same and depending on how aggressively the client chews there is a risk that this product will not be suitable. 

This product is not indestructible and over time will become damaged, it should be regularly checked and removed as soon as damage appears. 

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