Gravity blankets help to calm children with ADHD or sensory processing disorder — but they’re not ideal for use during the school day. Instead, try this discreet heavy lap pad, which will provide calming pressure and physically remind your child to stay in her chair when she’s starting to feel restless. Plus, this lap pad’s pockets hide additional fidgets that your child can use underneath her desk, helping her focus and self-regulate during long lectures or quiet reading time. It’s a little more expensive than a traditional fidget, but its durability and versatility make the lap pad well worth the price.
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