Spinners Fidget Toy ADHD

Why fidget?
We love this question. It's not uncommon to hear fidgeting being spoken about negatively. It's often labeled as unprofessional
and deemed as anti-intellectual behavior.
But in reality, the exact opposite has been suggested to be the case. Below are just some of many resources highlighting the
work that's being done to learn more about this behavior:
The Science Of Why We Fidget While We Work
Squirm With Purpose
Stress Toys: Mindlessness With A Purpose?
The Benefits Of Fidgeting For Students With ADHD
Why Do We Fidget?
Fidgeting In ADHD May Help Children Think, Perform In School
Using Stress Balls To Focus The Attention Of Students
We believe that the way we look at fidgeting needs to change.
This behavior isn't one that should continue to be stigmatized and mocked as unbecoming or inappropriate. We are passionate
about the idea that fidgeting is a process that, with the right tools and outlet, can have positive and real-life applications.
I don't really fidget. Would I enjoy Fidget Cube?
We think so! Not everyone fidgets the same amount. But spending the last few years deeply interested in the process of
fidgeting, we've observed the fact that almost everyone fidgets to some extent, in a variety of ways.
Maybe you're not the type of person who uses objects like paper clips or pencils to fidget with. If that's the case, it's very likely
you fidget in some other way, such as bouncing your knee up and down, tapping your foot, or picking at lint in your pocket.
We believe that Fidget Cube provides a tangible way to capture your floating attention, regardless of whether you fidget
consciously or subconsciously.