Last updated on June 15th, 2015 at 06:27 pm
Do you have
- a child with special needs like autism, Aspergers, or Down Syndrome
- a preschooler
- a child with a special physical challenge or trouble with their fine motor skills?
When my son started a school where uniforms were required, I panicked knowing his difficulty with fine motor skills would be an obstacle for him every day. School uniforms mean shirts tucked in, pants with a zipper and button, and a belt–really tough for some kids!
I found Myself Belts online, and I’m so glad I did. Myself Belts have no difficult buckles to deal with, and the one I ordered looks just like the ones the other kids are wearing. It fastens easily with velcro, so my son can manage it himself, and it has taken so much stress out of our school year so far. I really can’t thank the inventors of Myself Belts enough!
- those with special needs like autism/Aspergers
- Down Syndrome
- fine motor skill delays
- physical differences that make buckles tricky
- toddlers who are potty-training (you don’t need a buckle slowing them down)
There are so many styles and sizes of Myself Belts, from colorful and fun for kids to grown-up looking black and brown leather belts for teens. Check them out here, and you’ll get MomsWhoSave’s exclusive 10% discount with coupon code SAVE10 at checkout through September 30th.
I am also happy to tell you you can win a belt of your choice from Myself Belts (excludes monogramming). Just enter below.
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This giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years and older and ends at 12:01 a.m. Oct. 6, 2012. One winner will be chosen at random using Rafflecopter.
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