The Original Protac Ball Blanket™ is known for


· a wide selection of models to suit individual needs

· a filling of silent plastic balls

· a fully washable design

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Flexible model

Flexible produkt

The Flexible model has four sections bearing weighted plastic balls in pockets. The sections are interchangeable and allow for customised blankets, suited to individual needs for sensory stimulation. Flexible is characterized by the movement of the plastic balls, which provides a changing sensory stimulation. Flexible is particularly suited for people, who need a lasting sensory impression to strengthen their body awareness and ease motor restlessness.

Calm model

Calm Produkt

The Calm model has a channel construction, bearing weighted plastic balls in channels. The channels allow less movement of the balls and hence the sensory stimulation is milder and more soothing than in Flexible and Classic. Calm is particularly suited for people, who are tactile defensive; sensitive to new and changing sensory impressions and in need of a clear body definition.

Classic model

Classic Produkt

The Classic model is similar to Flexible in construction but without interchangeable sections. Classic is often chosen, if the blanket needs to be tamper proof. Classic provides a changing sensory stimulation and is particularly suited for people, who need a lasting sensory impression to strengthen their body awareness and ease motor restlessness. Classic models are fully washable in industrial washing machines.

 

Granules and polystyrene models

Andre Dyner

Blankets with granules of plastic and polystyrene are alternatives to blankets with weighted plastic balls. These models are particularly suited for people, who seek comfort, calm, warmth and weight, but are uncomfortable with the sensation of the plastic balls. Suitable for dementia and pain relief.




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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