What is the right-sized weighted blanket?  OTs recommend: kids - 10% body weight plus 1-2 lbs Adults - 5% to 10% of ideal body weight

What is the right-sized weighted blanket? OTs recommend: kids - 10% body weight plus 1-2 lbs Adults - 5% to 10% of ideal body weight

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How to make a DIY weighted blanket for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

How to make a DIY weighted blanket for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

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A true step by step DIY tutorial on how to make a weighted blanket for your child with autism, ADHD, SPD. I'm sure can be adapted for lap pads, etc for Alzheimer's and mental illness also.

A true step by step DIY tutorial on how to make a weighted blanket for your child with autism, ADHD, SPD. I'm sure can be adapted for lap pads, etc for Alzheimer's and mental illness also.

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A good night’s sleep doesn’t just depend on where you lie down; It’s also about what you lie under. Recent research has shown that the type of blanket you use at night can affect your quality of sleep. In fact, heavier blankets have shown time and again to provide more deep, peaceful sleep.Weighted Blankets For Sleep And Anxiety: You’ll Definitely Want To Try This!

A good night’s sleep doesn’t just depend on where you lie down; It’s also about what you lie under. Recent research has shown that the type of blanket you use at night can affect your quality of sleep. In fact, heavier blankets have shown time and again to provide more deep, peaceful sleep.Weighted Blankets For Sleep And Anxiety: You’ll Definitely Want To Try This!

Sewing Tutorial: How to Make a Weighted Blanket (Sensory Friendly) - Mama Smiles

Sewing Tutorial: How to Make a Weighted Blanket (Sensory Friendly) - Mama Smiles

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