Be a Snug Vest Reseller
- What is Snug Vest?
- Who uses Snug Vest?
- Where is Snug Vest used?
- How do we support our resellers?
- Resources and Marketing Materials
What is Snug Vest?
Snug Vest is an award winning Deep Pressure Therapy vest that uses air instead of weight to provide pressure. The evenly distributed pressure to the torso helps individuals with anxiety, sensory processing difficulties, autism, and many more diagnoses stay calm and focused.
Snug Vest's stylish look allows the wearer to take it anywhere they need - the classroom, the grocery store, restaurants or at home.
Snug Vest comes with a detachable hand pump that allows the user to inflate the vest on their own to the exact level they need. This not only ensures the right amount of pressure every time, but also foster independence in the user.
Where is Snug Vest used?
- In schools
- In homes
- In Therapy Centers
- In the community
Who uses Snug Vest?
Snug Vest is used by individuals with a variety of diagnoses including:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Aspergers Syndrom
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD - NOS)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Traumatic Brain Injury
Tristan is using his Snug Vest at school 2-3 times a day for about 20 minutes each time when he starts to feel stressed and/or overwhelmed. He pumps air to the pressure he chooses and releases air if he has pumped too much for his comfort which is fantastic as it gives him absolute independence and a perfect "sensory fit" to his needs. I have noticed that the amount of air pressure he pumps changes day to day and his 1:1 Aide has noticed that as well. He is much calmer, more able to attend to his work and less fidgety as well. School has mentioned that his focus has increased and his handwriting is becoming way more legible. What a wonderful product for my 14 year old!
Gabriele, Mother of Tristan, Denver, Colorado
I had the opportunity to work with a young girl of nine years old. She was diagnosed with a Global Developmental Delay. She presented with many significant sensory processing and motor challenges. She typically was extremely low muscle tone, highly distractable and tended to be more comfortable in interacting with the outside world as opposed to focusing on what her body or her hands were doing. It was extremely challenging to keep her engaged in any task, as she could not rely on her body to provide her with stability or with the necessary feedback to use her body efficiently. It was so much easier for her to engage everyone by talking and avoid doing. I had noticed that she was more engaged in a ball pond and demonstrated a little more focus. The real magic happened, for this child, when she trialed a Snug Vest. As she pumped up the vest, it looked as though she was experiencing her body for the first time. She was able to maintain an upright posture, which was usually extremely challenging. She was immediately more present in her body and did not use her usual avoidant behaviour of engaging others in her environment but was able to stay focused on the task at hand. She was immediately aware of the difference and was very proud of her sustained efforts. She would ask her teacher if she could use her vest at different times during the day. This was very neat to see.
Jennifer S, Occupational Therapist, British Columbia, Canada
How do we support our resellers?
- Providing conference kits
- Sending Snug Vest representatives to work at conferences with you
- Providing blog and social media content about Snug Vest, Deep Pressure Therapy and related topics
- Snug Vest training for your sales staff
- Deep Pressure Therapy webinar by our founder Lisa Fraser for your followers
- Co-branded marketing materials
Resources and Marketing Materials
Weighted vest vs. Snug Vest
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