42" x 62", 10 lbs.
Weighted Blankets are relaxation devices that provide Deep Pressure Touch Stimulation (DPTS). Studies have shown a calming or restful effect on the body by providing the feeling of a firm hug, holding or swaddling.
Blankets can be used by children, teens, adults, the elderly or anyone who desires the calming and relaxation benefits of DPTS.
DPTS can be helpful for people suffering from;
Autism - Anxiety Disorder - Asperger’s Syndrome - ADHD - Parkinson’s disease - Insomnia - Sensory Processing Disorder - Restless Leg Syndrome - Tension – Fibromyalgia - Alzheimer’s - Dementia - Aggressive Behavior – Stress.
Ingredients/Materials: Outer - Cotton Fabric. Fill: Poly-Pellets (also known as PVC pellets), which is a sanitary, non-absorbent and machine-washable product.
Each blanket has a cotton inner core of small pockets to distribute the weight of the poly pellets evenly across the blanket. Seams are double stitched.
This blanket is approximately 42x62" and weighs 10lbs. It is quilted into squares to evenly distribute the weight and the edges are reinforced with double stitching.
Machine wash. Gentle cycle with cold water. Hang to dry.
We do recommend blankets heavier than 10 pounds are taken to a local laundry mat to protect the suspension in your home washer.
We believe in giving back to the community. 10% of sales from all sensory products will be donated to Autism York Region Chapter.
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To avoid the danger of suffocation and/or death, please keep weighted blankets away from infants and people who cannot freely remove the blanket off themselves. The person using the blanket must always be able to freely remove the weighted blanket off anytime they wish. It is recommended any weighted item should be less than 10% of a person’s body weight.
Always seek advice from your Doctor or Occupational Therapist.
Custom orders are welcome, just send us a message.
9Senses is a proudly Canadian company based in the village of Maple just north of Toronto.