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Ark Textured Grabber XXT Royal Blue

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The Textured Grabber has 3 different surfaces to chew on as well as an easy-to-hold loop and a long extension to reach the back molars. Use it as a safe alternative to chewing on one's hands, shirts, pencils, etc. It can also be used as an oral motor therapy tool to practice biting/chewing skills, build jaw strength and stability, and exercise the mouth muscles. Royal Blue is Xtra Xtra Tough, Ark's toughest level - it still has some “chewability” to it, but it’s fairly rigid/pretty firm. No chew tool is indestructible, but this is usually the longest lasting level for avid chewers.

Category: Sensory Processing Therapy
Subcategory: Oral Motor


ISBN: GA100XXTTEX
Weight: 0.04
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