12-year old boy.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit

Observed effect: "He uses the vest at times when he feels restless and irritable. It's clear that the weight and the balls calm him down and help him to better notice himself".


7-year old boy.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit

Observed effect: "When we got to borrow the vest for a weekend, the whole weekend was completely different and peacefully for all of us, and the vest is definitely the explanation for it".


11-year old boy with physical unrest.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit

Observed effect: "I like having it on—it feels like someone is hugging you, but you can't have that all the time"!


7-year old boy with severe physical unrest, delayed motor skills development and very easily distracted.

A sense-stimulating aid:
Protac MyFit

Observed effect: One occupational therapist says: "He's learned to ride a bike, among other things, because as he says: I can control my body better when I wear the Batman vest".


6-year old, restless boy.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit

Observed effect: The occupational therapist says: "He thinks it's easier to sit still in his year 0 class when he wears the vest".


14-year old boy with ADHD.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit 

Observed effect: His parents say: "Peter wears the best at times when he feels restless and irritable. It's clear that the weight and the material calm him down so that he can better notice himself. I think that he has the same feeling what he's tucked in with his ball blanket".


Visually impaired children, ages 2-5.

A sense-stimulating aid: Protac MyFit

Observed effect:
An occupational therapist at the school that the children go to says: "We use the vest for sensory-motor testing and many children would rather not take off the vest. They look so delighted and feel comfortable with it on".


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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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