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Children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders are all too familiar with sensory integration difficulties: lights, noises, touch, and changes in temperature are enough to cause avoidance, anxiety, and extreme meltdowns. They are often flooded with anxiety in everyday situations that others’ find tolerable, resulting in an inability to focus, learn, or experience joy. Calming before sleep can be a nightly difficulty that leaves parents feeling exhausted and hopeless.


TouchPoints offer a passive, non-invasive solution that may be more powerful that other methods in preventing nervous system hyperarousal in real-time. TouchPoints can be used in the classroom, at home, or during therapy sessions to attempt to reduce sensory hyperarousal for improved outcomes. They are safe for use by adults and kids to relieve stress without drugs or side effects.


HOW TOUCHPOINTS CAN HELP

IMPROVE SENSORY PROCESSING

INCREASE SELF 

REGULATION 

IMPROVE

TRANSITIONS

IMPROVE FOCUS & CONCENTRATION

HOW TOUCHPOINTS WORK

TouchPoints work by altering the body's stress response with scientifically-proven BLAST (Bi-lateral Alternating Stimulation Tactile) technology. BLAST uses gentle, alternating vibrations on each side of the body to shift the brain from its default "fight or flight" response to its calm and in-control response.  


There are lots of ways to wear TouchPoints, as long as they are placed on the right and left side of the body. Use clothing clips to wear them on socks, straps, waistband or pockets, use wristbands for wearing them on wrists or simply hold them in the palms of hands.

CLINICAL STUDY: PROBLEMATIC BEHAVIOR REDUCTION

Study on children ages 7 - 14 with autism and developmental delays tracked baseline behaviors for one week without TouchPoints and one week with the devices on the children during the entire school day. The results show TouchPoints reduced disruptive and self-harming behaviors by an average of 72%.  

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