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Making Outdoor Play Fun And Safe For Children With Visual Impairments

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Telephone Extension Arm T1201: Telephone Extension Arm
Don't hold the phone
Phone Holder & Hand Clip T1202: Phone Holder & Hand Clip
Spring action keeps the clip snug against the hand.
Turning Knob Operator T1209: Turning Knob Operator
Turns knobs, faucets, valves and keys
Handy Tray T1216: Handy Tray
Ideal for carrying drinks, meals or medications.
Box Topper with Built Up Handle T1217: Box Topper with Built Up Handle
Just insert and lift
Pot and Pan Holder T1218: Pot and Pan Holder
Greater stability
UN-SKRU Jar Opener T1220: UN-SKRU Jar Opener
Requires no adjustment and can be operated with one hand.
Mounted Jar Opener T1221: Mounted Jar Opener
A simple twist is all that is needed to open up tight lids and caps
Vegetable Brush T1224: Vegetable Brush
Suction cup feet keep this convenient vegetable brush in place for one-handed use.
Hot  Hand Protecter & Jar Opener T1231: Hot Hand Protecter & Jar Opener
Helps maintain a secure grip on hot or cold or slippery items.

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Interpreting Facial Emotions

Many children (especially those with autism-like conditions) have difficulty interpreting facial expressions and understanding why people feel certain emotions. Moody Bear Puzzle, Emotion Cards, Smart Alex software all offers an opportunity to recognize expressions and hopefully talk about why the person might be happy or frightened. Try using them with a mirror and perhaps Polaroids of familiar people showing the same emotions. Eventually see if your child can make (and understand) the expressions, then take their pictures!


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