8-year old boy with ADHD problems.

He has a hard time settling down when it is time for bed. His parents sit with him for three hours before he falls asleep, but then he often wakes up throughout the night.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac Ball Blanket.

Observed effect: The boy tries to sleep with a ball blanket, and after 10 minutes, he calms down and falls asleep. Now he sleeps all through the night and is rested when he wakes up in the morning.



10-year old girl with sensory integration problems. 

She is particularly affected by the sense of touch and is very physically restless. The girl suffered from tactile defensiveness and wearing clothes made her feel uncomfortable. She disliked close physical contact with other people and did not sleep well at night.


A sense-stimulating aid: Protac Ball Blanket.

Observed effect:
The girl got a ball blanket and crawls under it herself when she feels the need. She tries to sleep with it at night. Now she sleeps more peacefully and also feels more energetic the next day. Her tactile defensiveness has also decreased, so that she can now wear long-sleeved blouses without feeling discomfort.



12-year old Thomas. Suffers from poor sleep, trouble falling asleep and bed-wetting.

Too little sleep and poor quality sleep, problems bed-wetting and long, exhausting night-time rituals. These are some of the problems that Thomas and his family used to have to contend with. One Protac Ball Blanket has solved their problems and made a major difference in Thomas's everyday life—and his family's too.

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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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