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CHEW STIXX ORAL CHEW (MOST DURABLE ORAL MOTOR CHEW WE SELL*)

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  • FDA approved materials and colors.
  • Latex Free.
  • High pressure molded for great durability.
  • Multi Textured to simulate food.
  • Great as a chewable hand fidget as well.
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Chew Stixx when used properly provide a safe and bacteria free alternative for children who chew on shirts, pencils, fingers, or almost anything. Due to the alternating textures of this product, it is an excellent chewable hand fidget for children craving sensory input, and the input received from destructive oral motor grinding. The textures of this product were designed by therapists to simulate the ever changing textures of food, therefore assisting with children who have sensory issues when certain textures are placed in their mouth. Chew Stixx is an oral motor device and not a toy. Use of this product should be supervised by an adult or therapist at all times. Product is extremely durable but should be replaced at first sign of wear. Chew noted as most durable chew based on in house studies and test as compared to other oral motor device in same class.

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001R82OMG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,058 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I also love the different textures he is all into texture.
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I can give it to him and prevent him chewing on other random things.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dux on August 12, 2010
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2014 UPDATE: My now 7 year-old continues to use and love his ChewStixx every single day, and while I have purchased newer offerings (like the Chewy Stixx Oral Tubes XL Extreme---For children with aggressive biting habits. and Chewy Stixx Oral Tubes Tough Bar---For children with aggressive biting habits.), this is his favorite. He has profound developmental disabilities so is a baby in a big boy's body, and he has global aphasia (so no speech / sign / written / gestures, etc., either coming from him or understood by him), so this is informed conjecture on my part, but we think the reason he prefers the ChewStixx to anything else (esp the above two Tubes I mentioned above) is 1) it gives GREAT sensory feedback as he's chewing it (and he's a molar chewer). It has some "give" to it, so when he shoves the Stixx back in there it offers resistance but he is able to get a good compression as well: we found both of the Tubes (Extreme and Tough Bar) are too rigid, not flexible enough (in our opinion). And 2), because he is an appropriately-sized 7 year-old, the ChewStixx is a more comfortable fit for his small jaw -- the Extreme and Tough Bar are bigger. I posted some pictures to show how we've made the ChewStixx wearable.

ORIGINAL REVIEW: My 4 year-old son (who has DD / SPD, etc.) is a chewer non pareil. We have tried all (and I do mean ALL) the chewies out there, and this Chew Stixx has proven the most durable. Even still, they only last about two weeks (that kid must be part-shark!), but that's such an improvement over all the other chewies we've tried.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2010
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My son has severe disabilities and craves oral input. He chews on things constantly. The chew stixx offer a great way to do this. However, he is older and can chew things up quickly. These particular stixx are very durable. The stixx make it so he can focus on educational activities because he is receiving the input he needs when chewing. They are not necessarily fun, but necessary for him and his needs.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kelly on May 25, 2010
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This chew stick has lasted for months, it seems like it cannot be destroyed, I was skeptical of that, also unlike the chew stixx junior the ends are closed so no saliva (or anything) can get in there, Great!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A.C. on April 20, 2013
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Our 5 year old son's Occupational Therapist recommended that we provide safe sources for oral stimulation and deep pressure. We noticed that he was biting on his blanket at night when settling into sleep. I was washing his blanket all the time because it would be wet every night from him chewing on it. His therapist sent him home with a Nuk Brush, and he loved it! He loved it so much that he devoured it that first night! We realized he needed this type of relief, but that we needed a product that would be far more durable. We bought the Chew Stixx because it was reviewed by parents with older children, and their reviews indicated that the product was durable for stronger jaws and more aggressive chewing.

We purchased another product also, not knowing what his preference would be. The other item was the Knobby Texture Chewy Tube Green. He doesn't appear to have a strong preference for one over the other. Both have been used every night at bedtime, and sporadically throughout the day. We've had the "chewies" as we call them, for 2 weeks now and they both still look new. The Chew Stixx Oral Chew has 4 solid (not hollow) arms for chewing, with different texture on each arm. The arms being sealed on the ends is nice because there isn't anyplace for saliva to collect. The solid arms are much firmer than the collapsible, hollow arms of the Knobby Texture Chewy Tube Green. I think the collapsible, softer texture of the green tube might be a nice complement to the firmer Chew Stixx. I wonder if our son switches between the two when his jaw is fatigued but there remains a need to bite down.

We are very happy with our purchases and recommend both products.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anna B. on December 13, 2012
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My child I watch will not play with most toys. But these are textured and rubbery..just what he likes...Great choice for who have sensory problems.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennie on January 17, 2014
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I was excited about this product. My 18 month old has been chewing on everything he can put in his mouth. Even things he should not be chewing on. I wanted to get him something that would help him with his chewing/nawing. The reviews that I read we all very positive that other's children love it and took to it right away. My little one did not. He will use it at bed time and that is about it. Which is good for us because he does chew more when he is sleepy or upset. I wish he would use it more. But for the price it is fine. The size is perfect for his little hands and he grasps it just fine. I don't know if he chews on one texture more than the others. Hope this was helpful.

Overall good product and a good price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rekkhai on December 28, 2013
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I'll start this out by saying I'm a 34-ish year old adult that was diagnosed as "high functioning" autistic back in the early 80s. One aspect of that that I still have is the need to have something to either do with my hands or mouth; at work, desk toys take care of that and its hands only, because I dislike eating in front of people I don't know extremely well. At home, it manifests more as 'grazing' eating behavior. Pens/pencils, toothpicks, and gum didn't really work to curb that.
These are awesome for that; I can gnaw and 'chew' on them and it has the same satisfying effect as constant nibbling of food.

They feel as though they'd last a good long time, though for people who don't have much in the way of bite inhibition, I'd guess they'd be chewed up in a couple of months or so. I've bitten into it as hard as I can without it being painful both with back teeth and front teeth and, so far, it hasn't left marks or indents, though I'm sure if I chewed on the edges I'd be able to shred it after awhile.
Given the smallish diameter of the 'arms', I'd guess that an adult putting frequent full bite strength (especially using the front teeth) on these would cause them to need replacement sooner rather than later, however, as that sort of biting isn't enjoyable to me so I don't do it often.

As a bonus, mine make a nice little 'squeak' noise when my teeth rub against the arms that have texture to them, which just makes me want to continue chewing.
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