A deep pressure massager for sensory integration, the Wilbarger Therapressure Brush is made keeping in mind the Wilbarger Protocol. Aid for people exhibiting symptoms of sensory defensiveness, and also helpful for those facing autism, the Wilbarger Therapressure Brush helps improve attention span, enhanced coordination, and the ability to switch between daily activities.
The Wilbarger Therapressure Brush is a soft sensory brush which is run over the person’s skin using firm pressure. Proper care has to be taken while using the Wilbarger Therapressure Brush; the brush has to be used only on the arms and legs of the person.
Designed with a large handle and dense bristles, the brush is easy to use, and administers sensory input in a calming manner.
If your loved one exhibits sensory defensiveness or signs of autism, help them get a sense of relief and growth using this Wilbarger Therapressure Brush. Autism also includes behavioural and communication problems as well; this Therapressure Brush helps reduce sensory disorders, anxiety issues, and related behavioural issues.
People with extreme sensitivity to touch, or children with autism often need help with anxiety and sensory defensiveness. The Wilbarger Brushing Protocol helps with sensory integration. The brush can be used to run over the skin and helps calm the child. Designed with a large handle and dense bristles, the brush is easy to use, and gives sensory input in a calming manner.
Objective: To normalize sensory processing within the person using the Therapressure Brush.
The Wilbarger Therapressure Brush is used in consonance to the Wilbarger Protocol. The brushing therapy is usually recommended every 2 hours while the person is awake.