ARK Grabber XXT (Blue)
ARK's Grabbers are designed so that children can hold them by themselves. They provide soothing stimulation that satisfies the need to chew while also improving jaw strength. This Grabber is the most rigid ARK Grabber. It is recommended for chewers who like very hard items or have previously chewed through the Grabber XT-green.
ARK's Textured Grabber® is an oral motor chew tool with 3 different surfaces to chew on: one smooth, one with circular bumps, and one with rectangular bumps. As a chew tool, sensory seekers LOVE the extra sensory input from the added texture. As a feeding therapy tool, these textures simulate the feel of actual food for realistic non-food chewing practice. They can also help desensitize the mouth, decrease decrease oral defensiveness/aversions, and transition individuals with sensory issues from puréed to textured foods.
ARK Brick Bracelet
Made in the USA, ARK's Brick Bracelet provides a safe, wearable, discreet, and cool solution for those who need to chew. It has a unique 'twist-on' style that makes it very easy to take on and off the wrist as needed for oral motor stimulation throughout the day - a great option for those who can't resist chewing on the clasp/cord of necklaces. It can also be used as a sensory fidget - twist it, bend it, run your fingers over the tactile bumps.
The Liper Device can be used pre and post operatively for exercises where a tongue tie is present, it can also be a useful tool in supporting the diagnosis of a tongue tie. Postoperative Active Wound Management with the Liper device has been shown to improve post- surgical outcome, therefore helping ensure normal tongue flexibility and functioning while preventing frenulum reattachment and/or scarring.
ARK proSpoon (smooth)
ARK's proSpoon™ was specially designed by feeding therapist Debbie Lowsky, MS, CCC-SLP to support easy feeding and food removal for young children. The size and shape of the spoon bowl are "just right" - big enough to hold an appropriate amount of food, but small enough to prevent the spoon from being overloaded with too much food. It's a rigid spoon, but it does have slight flexibility to it so that it's gentle on the teeth (in case someone has a bite reflex and bites down on the spoon).
ARK proSpoon (textured)
ARK's proSpoon™ was specially designed by feeding therapist Debbie Lowsky, MS, CCC-SLP to support easy feeding and food removal for young children. The size and shape of the spoon bowl are "just right" - big enough to hold an appropriate amount of food, but small enough to prevent the spoon from being overloaded with too much food. As an extra bonus: the back of the spoon bowl has gentle bumps to help transition children from puréed to textured foods. These sensory bumps also stimulate the tongue and lower lip and provide added tongue stability. It's a rigid spoon, but it does have slight flexibility to it so that it's gentle on the teeth (in case someone has a bite reflex and bites down on the spoon).
ARK Bear Bottle kit
The ARK Bear allows you to control the flow of liquid into a child's mouth and encourages children to learn how to straw drink. It can also be used to transition from bottle-feeding to cup drinking. You will appreciate the spill-proof lid. This bear has a maximum capacity of 230ml but ideally holds 160ml to the shoulders.
DnZ-Vibe - Red
DnZ-Vibe - Red. Plastic case in red colour. Care note is available
DnZ-Vibe - Green
DnZ-Vibe - Green. Plastic case in Green colour. Care note is available
ARK Z-Vibe Tongue tip (single)
Use ARK's Tongue Tip for the Z-Vibe® as a tongue exerciser for lateralization and elevation. Instruct the individual to place his/her tongue tip inside the hole, then gently guide the tongue up and down or left and right to establish the concept of elevation and lateralization, both of which are important oral motor skills for speech and feeding development. It can also be used as a tongue scraper for dental hygiene and oral awareness.
ARK Z-Vibe Dog Tip
The Dog Tip is designed with a variety of textures to generate different sensations within the oral cavity and to the lips and face. Use the ears as 'spoons' to scoop foods on either a smooth or textured surface. The different textures can be used to encourage oral-sensory exploration.