SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

Affordable fidget jewellery

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My project targets youth struggling with mental health by giving them an outlet to use their nervous energy and help them focus in a discreet way. It does this through allowing them to fidget in a non-distracting way which can help with focus during school and assist their endeavours in having good mental health. 
What do you think?

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Lynn Wood @ 2021.06.04 12:41 PM

Charities use wristbands as fund raisers. Maybe it would be worth contacting this company and a mental health charity to develop something different from what's already available https://www.exelprint.com.au/wristbands-for-charity-fundraisers?

You could also contact this company that had a great wristband idea however COVID has killed it 

https://ideaspies.com/posts/a-digital-game-for-kids-that-encourages-outdoor-play


Samantha Sakr @ 2021.06.11 11:22 AM
This is a good concept. The band can also help raise awareness of mental health. It can also encourage people going through similar situations to start conversations with one another and help form a supportive community. 

Jeremy Ungar @ 2021.06.16 6:50 AM

Excellent concept, have you seen Jock from Masterchef championing such jewellery? https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8519373/Jock-Zonfrillo-explains-carries-beads-MasterChef.html


This idea has a long history. 


GreetingCardSalesman @ 2021.06.16 1:12 PM
This is cool, I would love to see what features you incorporate, eg ball bearings in a maze I could chase around a mandala groove, or repopable cells like that repoppable pop paper made from plastic, Or rough smooth textures.  Have you researched what sorts of features people find helpful?


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