Chewelry {Giveaway}

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Chewelry

Update: The winner of the Chewelry necklace is Elizabeth P.!

My daughter has had a need to suck or chew on something since birth. I did the best I could at accommodating her needs with pacifiers and chewing gum and breath mints (when she got older), and she tried to meet the need herself by putting everything in her mouth long past the time when that’s considered normal behavior. When she was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, I began learning other ways to help her meet her needs. On Twitter, I learned about Chewelry, and I ordered a pink heart necklace for Princess Roo. This is the first picture I took of her wearing it.

Chewelry

That necklace has stayed in my purse since then. She pulls it out and uses it when needed, and it’s finally beginning to show wear, which means I need to order a new one. 😉

When I began thinking about Autism Awareness Month, I knew I wanted to give a Chewelry necklace away. I emailed KidCompanions, and they were gracious enough to agree!

I am giving away one Chewelry necklace – winner’s choice – to an adult (ages 18 or older) in the U.S. or Canada. This giveaway is not sponsored, administered, endorsed, or promoted by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or any other social media site. All information provided is shared with me, and the winner’s information will be shared with KidCompanions so that the Chewelry necklace can be sent to the winner. The giveaway will end on April 30, 2013, at 9:00 pm CDT. The winner will be contacted within 48 hours of the end of the giveaway and will have 48 hours to respond with the requested information. If I don’t receive the information by the deadline, I will choose another winner. Use the Giveaway Tools widget below to enter.

I also have a coupon code – JEN10 – for 10% off one KidCompanions Chewelry purchase. This code is good from April 21 through May 19, 2013.

For more information and giveaways of great products for Autism Awareness Month, please visit the landing page by clicking the graphic below:

Autism Awareness Month: April 2013 - jenniferajanes.com

 

Disclosure: I purchased my daughter’s Chewelry necklace two years ago. All opinions expressed are my own. I received no compensation for this post. I asked KidCompanions to sponsor this giveaway, and they graciously agreed.

Photo credit: Jennifer A. Janes

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21 Responses to Chewelry {Giveaway}

  1. Kelli Reynoldson says:

    Thanks for the Chewelry giveaway. I’m not sure if I’m commenting in the right place for my entry. My son just recently started chewing on his fingers. We have tried several OT interventions but none have worked. I thought maybe something from Chewelry will help.

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  3. Jules says:

    Love love love!! Bubba FINALLY got one and had it for a few days before losing it!! :( I have been REALLY wanting to order a new one!!

  4. Becca says:

    My Aspi boy has never had a problem with chewing, BUT. My 8YO still chews all kinds of things. Chewelry has been recommended but we haven’t been able to afford a try.

  5. LeAnn says:

    How neat! MyDD used to chew on my scapular all the time! I have a nephew that uccassionally sucks on his shirt sleeves – not a big deal except in Winter when having a wet shirt could make you cold! THanks for the introduction to another good product!

  6. Tammy says:

    We have tried everything, except this necklace. I would love to try it with my daughter…it is nice that it looks like a typical necklace.

  7. Liz says:

    My 6 y/o DS has a high oral stim drive. He’s chewed on everything since he could chew. I think Chewelry would be awesome because he can stash it under his shirt when not in use.

  8. Sarah says:

    We need to do something more, my 7 year old is chewing on the neck of his shirt again.

  9. Medina Mom says:

    We absolutely LOVE chewelry around here! I am finally making break throughs with the boys chewing on their cheeks, lips, chins, fingers, arms, and toys! The only hard part is that with 3 kids needing them, the cost adds up quickly!

  10. jen says:

    this is great. my son is constantly chewing on his clothes!!!

  11. Chrissy says:

    What a great giveaway!! My son is almost 5 and is a heavy chewer. We got him on of these and he chews on it as needed.

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  13. Carla Mattingly says:

    My son chews on his clothes, so this would be just what he needs. Can’t wait to see the different designs available!

  14. Michael says:

    Nice giveaway. What do I like about chewlery? It looks like a great safe alternative to everything else my child likes to put in his mouth and chew on. Looks sturdy so it can hold up to chewing and reasonably priced. Also like that it has a neutral look to it so other kids his age might be able to ignore it and he can use it in school.

  15. Monica smith says:

    John Caleb loves to chew! We so need another one
    Of these… :-)

  16. Seth says:

    I would love to win this for my son

  17. MommaBarr says:

    My daughter is extremely oral. This might be the answer we are looking for, for her chewing issues. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to try and win!

  18. As an OT I work with many clients who are at a very low socioeconomic status. I like to be able to win items to have things on hand for those who may need them. This is a fantastic product!!

  19. mackenzie h says:

    I love the different options and how it can be appropriate for either gender washes well.

  20. Angie says:

    I love the idea of chewlery! It’s a safe option for kids like my son who at times feel the need to have something in their mouth.

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