How Can You Reassure Your Sensory Challenged Child

How many senses are there? If you are like most people your answer is five: sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch.

There are two more senses which are integral to our functioning and often not thought about: vestibular and proprioceptive, our sense of awareness of where we are in space, and the feeling of our joints and muscles. When all of our senses are in sinc with each other we hardly take notice of it. When we notice a child lacking in one area or another we see the need to take action. There is so much available material today to strengthen sensory integration dysfunction and help a child succeed. One area in a child’s life that can be affected by this lack is attention and focusing. Sensory cushions,  balls, and scooters help stimulate the senses and increase concentration. You’ll be amazed at the results.

The Sens-ational Hug Tee was designed to calm a child with deep reassuring pressure that feels like a hug — perfectly comfortable for school or play.


Short Sleeves Navy T Shirt

The Sens-ational Hug Tee comes in different styles and colors for boys and girls to help them feel the comfort of a hug all day!


Sens-ational Hug Tee – Short Sleeves, Sneaker Graphic T Shirt

It’s super comfy without seems or tags to irritate your child and don’t get nervous; they are machine washable too!


Long Sleeves Flower Graphic Tee

The T-shirts come in many sizes with the largest one fitting most adults.


By Kids Only Hibiscus Shirt

The T Shirts can be worn as is or under your child’s uniform or regular shirt.

So go ahead and Purchase one of these fantastic sensational T Shirts to reassure your child with sensory issues!


7 responses

  1. Cute tees! And it’s nice that they don’t have those annoying, skin-irritating tags. 🙂

    1. The tag-less tees are great especially for irritable children.

  2. It really is wonderful that more products are being produced, these items are awesome!

    1. I agree! They sure do seem awesome!

  3. Those tees are very cute, and the idea behind them are so clever:)

    1. That’s right – children that need this type of shirt, don’t look any different than their peers.

  4. What an interesting concept? I’ve never heard of this before…thanks for sharing!

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