6 thoughts on “Chewy Jewelry for Orally Fixated Kids from Kid Companion

  1. Did you know the name of that necklace actually is not “chewelry?” I believe its Kid Companions. This company is illegally using a Trademarked name of School Specialty Supply. Actual chewelry is much cheaper. I’m amazed the way they continue to align themselves with this well known product! It’s obviously getting them sales.

    1. I’m sorry about that. That was my fault. I will correct the name on my blog posting. It wasn’t Kid Companion’s fault..it was solely my mistake. Sorry again! Pragmatic Mom

  2. Bonnie,

    The tool is called Kid Companions Chewelry. School Specialty Supply does not have such a trademark and wouldn’t want to. The product you are speaking about is called Chew’lery Necklace/Bracelet, a chewable coiled plastic necklace and/or bracelet. An alternative chewable jewelry. Unfortunately, my child can’t wear it at school because it’s a strangulation hazard and she can’t be left alone with it to play! Other products out there are: “Chewlery Soft Star Necklaces” “Chewy Tube Necklace” “Chewable Jewels” “Teething Bling”

    I designed the Kid Companions Chewelry for my special needs child. It complies with ASTM toy standards and CPSIA regulations and I’ve spent the past three years working on it with other parents, children and occupational therapist. We don’t want to “align” ourselves with the coil at all. Kid Companions Chewelry came all on its’ own 🙂 I am a jeweler with a kinesiology background… Putting both together, along with a special needs childs = “hey this is chewelry” , not “chew’lery”.

    I hope that clarifies things,


  3. I really love these but wish they were cheaper. Of course I usually wish that for the specialty products we seem to need to buy more and more for her care. They seem so much less noticeable than the medical tubing her school’s OT puts on her stuff. Are there plans to distribute them in the US?

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