ARK's Textured Grabber® Sensory Chew is a versatile oral motor tool designed to cater to both sensory seekers and individuals undergoing feeding therapy. With three distinct surfaces – smooth, circular bumps, and rectangular bumps – this chew tool provides an extra layer of sensory input, making it a favorite among sensory seekers. As a feeding therapy tool, it replicates the feel of actual food, aiding in realistic non-food chewing practice and assisting in transitioning from pureed to textured foods. These chews are medical-grade, FDA compliant, and free from lead, phthalates, PVC, BPA, or latex. Please note that exact color hues may vary slightly.
How To Use It: Featuring an easy-to-hold loop and a long extension for reaching back molars, the Textured Grabber® serves as a safe alternative to chewing habits like hands, shirts, or pencils. Use it for oral motor therapy to practice biting and chewing skills, building jaw strength, and exercising mouth muscles. Choose the toughness level based on individual needs.
What's In The Box: Each Textured Grabber® is sold individually and comes in three color-coded toughness levels:
Soft/Standard: Recommended for mild chewing, individuals with low oral tone, or individuals with limited jaw strength just learning to bite and chew. These are the softest ones with the most “squishiness” and “give” to them.
XT/Medium Firm: These are firmer, but still fairly chewy. Recommended for moderate chewers. Or, individuals working on building jaw strength can eventually "graduate" from the soft to the XT.
XXT/Very Firm: These are the most firm and provide the most resistance to the jaw. No chew tool is indestructible, but these are very tough / the longest lasting option for avid chewing.
Caution: This product is not a toy. While durable, no chew tool is indestructible, and wear and tear are expected with use. Supervise at all times, regularly inspect the chew, and replace if necessary based on signs of wear and tear. Choose the appropriate toughness level based on individual chewing needs and preferences.