Parents, therapists and aides - as children, especially those with sensory disorders, constantly seek sensory stimulation, the Sensory Brush from Sensory University is an excellent tool! The brush may be applied against the mouth, or inside, to stimulate different areas of the mouth. Because of the alternating textures of the brush, it can be helpful for children with difficulties in feeding. As you introduce new textures, your child may find it easier to process a wider variety of food textures. Children who grind or chew on pencils, clothing, or fingers, may find this brush a good replacement source of sensory stimulation.