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Chewigem Hack – Attaching Chubes to Hoody Strings

  The Chubes are probably my favourite Chewigem of all time.  They are so versatile.  You can wear them as a necklace on the cord, you can pop them on...
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The 8 Second Rule

  The internet is full of information and top tips.   You may have adapted some of these tips into your own life.   Sometimes there is one particular tip...
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Chews your Battles!

  I don't know about you but I'm one of those people who like to choose their battles. I'll never win everything, and i've learned over the years which battles...
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The Adventures of Jamie – My Autism

  Hi, I'm Jamie and I'm Autistic.   Autism is different for everyone.   My Autism is classed as High Functioning.   I am very intelligent and I didn't have...
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Chewigem Hack – How to make your Chewigem Necklace Shorter

Chewigem's are so adaptable.  That's why we've created a series of Chewigem Hacks!   Sometimes you get a Chewigem necklace and it's a little bit too long for you.  So...
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Chewigem Hack – Adapting a Chewigem onto a Zip or a Polo Shirt

Did you know that Chewigem's can be really adaptable? You might see one of our products that you really like but it's not quite what you want. Well we are...
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The Autism Community and The Other

I am majorly part of 3 communities, both on and offline. The LGBT+ community, the Dyspraxia and Dyslexia community, and the autism community. I fit somewhere in the middle of...
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The KiKi Comforter emoji’s help express & learn emotions

We knew that the KiKi Comforter was going to be very popular.  It's a lovely soft hand held blanket, with a bumpy side for additional sensory input and tags for...
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A Residential Journey

It was Year 2 when a Residential School was mentioned.  I put up a brick wall and refused point blankly.  I didn't have children to send them away, besides every...
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Understanding Why Your Child Chews

The main reason most children chew is related to their sensory processing system, it's very common for autistic children have sensory processing disorder (and experience difficulties with their sensory system)....