Raymer Sensory Sensation!

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Diagnosis: Sensory Processing Disorder

“We got the 1/4 lb wrist weights for our son with Sensory Processing Disorder and he loves them!! He is a sensory seeker and also has a lot of overflow with his arms when he is excited. Our son wears the weights daily (when awake) and he has been much more regulated!”

MightyMom Melissa, Illinois

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YosuicoMT

President at MightyTykes
Soon after Isaac was born, Isabella Yosuico learned that he would have hypotonia, low muscle tone and weakness common to kids with Down syndrome and many other conditions.Like any mom wanting to help, Isabella sought a solution. She took a scrap of fleece and sand from the kids’ sandbox and whipped up a tiny pair of weights.
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Soon after Isaac was born, Isabella Yosuico learned that he would have hypotonia, low muscle tone and weakness common to kids with Down syndrome and many other conditions. Like any mom wanting to help, Isabella sought a solution. She took a scrap of fleece and sand from the kids’ sandbox and whipped up a tiny pair of weights.

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