11-year old boy with autism.

He had a hard time settling down at night and often sleeps poorly at night too. He would wander around, ask for water, want the blanket shaken out—anything but sleep.  

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac Ball Blanket.

Observed effect: In just two days he started getting calmer. Now he falls asleep in less than 10 minutes after laying down in bed. This has also meant that he has more energy during the day.

 



Boy with autism.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac Ball Blanket.

Observed effect: He lays under the ball blanket for 20 minutes each day  after coming home from school. The blanket provides him with relaxation and a sense of security, and it helps him to organise his sensory impressions. After that, he can play games on the computer, for example.
 



SClass for autistic children.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac Ball Blanket

Observed effect: The Protac Ball Blanket is used when reading a story to them. The children sit under the ball blanket, they settle down and get focused. During breaks, the ball blanket is used to play with, walk or climb on, roll over or hide under. 


 








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Protac design, develops and manufactures a variety of unique sensory integration products that serve the need of people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments.

 

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