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Kids Medium Weighted Blanket - Girls
Kids Medium Weighted Blanket - Girls

$99.95
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Kids Medium Weighted Blanket - Girls

38" x 50 (weight available up to 11 lbs) 

We custom sew our blankets to the customer's height and weight. Popular sensory therapy for children, teens and adults with ADD/ADHD, ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder). Popular solution for those with  sleep disorders and Restless Leg Syndrome, PTSD and Anxiety issues.

Adults, teens, and children can benefit from weighted blanket therapy. Weighted Blankets are a safe and effective non-drug therapy for anyone seeking a solution for loss of sleep and relaxation.

We use toxic free polypellets and high cotton comfortable fabric, polyfil to construct our blankets. For more info, visit www.mosaicweightedblankets.com

 

FABRICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON AVAILABILITY
 
Turn-around:  Mosaic Weighted Blankets are made to order and shipped within 1-2 days. 
 
  • In stock blankets can ship within 1-2 business days of receipt of order.
  • Shipping costs are added to purchase at checkout.
  • Please refer to our weight chart to get the correct weight, or you can go by the recommendation of your healthcare professional or therapist 
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1 Review Kids Medium Weighted Blanket - Girls

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  • 5
    Monkey 7pd girls blanket

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Dec 2013

    Our weighted blanket helps our dtr to transition quickly after a meltdown or sensory overload episode, she asks for it when she recognizes she is not doing well, and recovers so quickly once she has spent 10-15 minutes with the blanket. Wonderful help.