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Talktools Honey Bear Drinking Cup with 2 Flexible Straws - Includes Instructions - Spill-proof Lid by TalkTools

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Straws are a better alternative, as they strengthen the mouth muscles and encourage tongue retraction, cheek tension, and lip closure. Group Black's collective includes Essence Opens a new window, The Shade Room Opens a new window and Naturally Curly Opens a new window. The Bear Bottle, aka the "honey bear straw cup," features a unique valve that controls the direction of fluid - liquid flows up into the straw, but does not flow back down. At 20 months old she was still only wanting the preemie bottle until her OT suggested the honey bear. If you have any issue with our products, please contact us, we will do our best to find a satisfactory solution for you within 24 hours.

I think it’s worth it if you child has not yet figured out how to use a straw and is still in the learning phase, it’s definitely a good tool because if you squeeze the cup the liquid comes up the straw.Introducing the Honey Bear Straw Cup to your toddler can be a game-changer in your mealtime routine. These can be used to help get orally sensitive individuals more comfortable with oral care, so that they can eventually use regular toothbrushes, be more comfortable going to the dentist, etc. Preefer Tip - This tip attachment is rounded with ridges all along the circumference for when a "rolling" action is desired for a different kind of sensory input.

Kayla O’Neill has a master’s degree in education as well as a bachelor’s degree in special education with an emphasis in early childhood education. I just had to share for anyone who is also struggling to get LO to drink water/use a straw cup… after so long of failing trying other methods I finally purchased the honey bear straw cup and after a few short attempts LO is successfully sucking. The Honey Bear Bottle Kit is an excellent way to transition babies straight from bottles to straw drinking, as straws promote better oral and tongue positioning.INTENDED USES - Premium feeding and drinking therapy tool for individuals with Down Syndrome, Dysphagia and other special needs/abilities. By this point I really do want her to use a straw though, and I remembered seeing recommendations for the honey bear cup that she can squeeze to make water come out. Not only recommended by therapists, the Honey Bear cup is highly recommended by parents who want to ditch the sippy cups!

I read the article that describes how kids will, out of self-preservation, stop drinking if they choke when they drink. Read more about the condition New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). Many speech therapists believe that sippy cups can promote improper tongue positioning and an immature swallowing pattern, while straw drinking can help strengthen the mouth muscles and encourage tongue retraction, cheek tension, lip closure, and proper oral positioning.Group Leaders aren’t expected to spend any additional time in the community, and are not held to a set schedule. A contoured cradle that fully lifts and supports the tongue, the Tongue LifteR has an angled handle for optimal lift and control making it one of the best therapy tools based on design and size. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. Brush Tips - The soft version has gentle bristles for gum massage; the hard version has firmer bristles closer to that of a traditional toothbrush.

The reason why I like it is because you can squeeze the honey bear’s tummy which will make the liquid come up almost to the top, making it easier for your child to get their drink out! In some therapy circles, the honey bear is an obvious adaptation that is used to help kids learn to drink from a straw. The Bear Bottle features a unique valve that controls the direction of fluid - liquid flows up into the straw, but does not flow back down. To help with learning to suck form the straw, you squeeze the bear so that the liquid sits at the top of the straw. Now she understands the concept and is able to suck foods like yogurt and applesauce out of for pouches, and drink using a straw.

So XXT is usually best either for people who have chewed through the XT level already, and/or for anyone who already likes chewing on very hard items - things like legos, hard plastic toys, wooden items, etc. Remember to clean it thoroughly before use and encourage your little one to explore and learn at their own pace. This is a great choice of straw cup for any child, but I especially like it for kiddos who seem to struggle with figuring out how to drink from a straw. From the creators of the Tiny Talker, the only product in the world that teaches kids to use an AAC (Augmentative/Alternative Communication) device is the book Lucas the Lion Loves The Tiny Talker. Unless someone chews through or causes damage to anything else they chew on (chews through pencils, chews holes in shirts, etc.

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