Cuff Weights - Grounding Special Needs Toy

Our Ref #: 4CFWT
Was: £13.50
£9.00 exc. VAT


Particularly suitable for special needs such as: Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Dyspraxia,  Helps to develop Learning Skills including: fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination. This attractive pair of soft cuff weights can be used to provide comforting deep pressure to wrists or ankles all day long.  Easily secured with Velcro tabs, the visually stimulating designs and soft cotton material make these weights a colourful and comfortable addition to any outfit - ensuring children of all ages will be happy to wear them whenever needed.
The proprioceptive input provided by weighted items can be hugely beneficial for children with sensory processing disorders stemming from a number of conditions including Autism and Dyspraxia. Adding weight to various parts of the body can provide a sense of ‘grounding’ to help users assimilate their bodies with their surroundings which can be very calming. When worn on the wrists, weighted cuffs can also help with developing fine motor skills, such as handwriting, by sending sensory feedback to the brain from the location where fine movement is taking place. The proprioceptive stimulation can help to increase the child’s awareness of the position of their wrist, arm and hand, as well as the amount of pressure needed for writing with a pen or pencil. Product Weight: 1/2 lb. Fits wrists and ankles with a circumference 12-27 cm.

PLEASE NOTE - Only the Smiley Faces are available. 

Additional Information

  • Dimensions: Fits wrists and ankles with a circumference 12-27 cm

3 Reviews

Flavio M.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 22/06/22
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They're ok, but they don't provide any adjustment... it would only need the velcro to be larger area to accommodate different age. We had to customize the bracelets ourselves to fit our 3 year old.
Saira A.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 07/09/19
Very practical product.
Teresa F.Verified Buyer.
Reviewed on 21/03/15
Very happy. Quick delivery to. My son loves them and there not to distracting for him in class. :)