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Learn the benefits of weighted blankets and how to use them for special needs children with a variety of diagnoses/symptoms:
• Sensory Processing Disorder
• sleep difficulties
Make a weighted blanket to take home! • small size: 30” x 20” • large size: 50” x 35”
All supplies will be provided.
Cost: $30 to make a small blanket $50 to make a large blanket
When: March 5th, 10am-12pm.
Weighted Sensory Blanket Workshop
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