When choosing blankets and swaddles for children, consider closures like zippers and velcro that can be easier to manipulate for individuals with decreased hand function and strength. As the child develops and learns to roll over on their own, it is recommended to not use a swaddling blanket to make sure their arms are free to help with their mobility.
The design is roomy providing the baby with arm and leg space. Bottom portion provides easy access to change diapers.
This wrap is made with a temperature controlled fabric to keep baby comfortable through the night. Includes zipper and velcro closure.
This swaddling blanket requires one to manipulate velcro when wrapping the baby.
Helpful for those who have decreased hand function and balance when when holding the baby. This is a blanket with integrated handles and head support easily moves baby from one location to another.
We suggest that you consider your own needs and abilities to determine what’s best for you. Hopefully some of theses suggestions are examples from which you can build upon. Contact us if you have found other examples that work well for you.
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