A perfect addition to the classroom, pack the compression weighted vest with your child’s school supplies for on-the-go sensory integration therapy. It works well on travel, too! Improve both their and your car rides with a vest providing deep pressure sensory input.
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The weighted compression vest for kids is made out of soft neoprene and is built to last. Unlike other brands, Harkla has built-in ventilation using mesh to make sure your child stays cool while receiving the sensory integration therapy benefits. We create products that will last throughout the years. We believe this so much that we give you a lifetime guarantee. Get Harkla’s compression weighted vest for kids, today.
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Love this vest!! My son loves it too and doesn't fight me when it's best time like he has other vests!! Haven't washed it yet but have had about a month and use several times a day and looks new still!
I'm an OT, good buy for children in the Spectrum with a lot of energy.
This is a great product and our son loves it. He uses the vest to keep himself calm and focused and also calls himself a superman after wearing the same. In addition to the product being great, the customer service is even better. We unfortunately ran into an issue but they were on it right away and sent us a free replacement as well. I highly recommend this company and their product..
My little boy loves it. Very good quality, and breathable so he doesn't overheat.
We are very pleased with the weighted compression vest that our 6 yr old with ADHD wears to school. Our daughter spent most of her preschool years and most of the kindergarten year acting out aggressively at times. This was along with trouble focusing and staying calm. So, after finding the right dose in prescripted medication there still was problems with aggression in stressful situations. I have her wear the vest to school and taken off by the teacher 40 minutes later. Depending on how often it is needed for the school day is up to the teachers. It’s improved Dannielle’s behavior so much having it that it is documented on the 504 plan at school to accommodate her needs. Another year of Kindergarten isn’t a bad idea either. We are doing that too for her best interest at heart! So grateful and empowered by the results in our child doing better! Successful outcome and grateful for it! -Harkla Fans for life