Last week's giveaway for a Slide 1 Fidget Ring attracted a range of comments. There were those who confessed to be terrible fidgets or knew others who need such kinetic rings to expend their excess energy. One reader's son has Asperger's and ADHD. She said, "Most are ineffective, or become more of a distraction or he doesn't lik it These rings are a great idea and fit the bill."
The professionals who deal with fidgety children also find these rings a boon. Daniel said, "As an occupational therapist, I see many fidgety kids and often recommend these rings. They are unlike any other fidget option available because the child can wear it anywhere (even school), has access to it 24/7 and the design means a child can fidget inconspicuously and one-handed. I have not found this degree of functionality in any fidget option for kids (and I have seen a multitude of different fidget toys."
Daniel describes why these are excellent fidget gadgets - they are small, discrete and always with the fidgeter. They are also relatively inexpensive ones.
So one lucky winner will get to try a Slide 1 ring out! I numbered all the eligible entries and hopped over to random.org. The random number generator there picked the number assigned to Debra Katz! Congratulations
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