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Disability Awareness for 5 year olds

Practical ideas for parents who want to help their child's classmates and playmates understand more about their child and his/her special needs.

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Adolescent Universal Cuff T0803-B: Adolescent Universal Cuff
Get a grip!
Pediatric Universal Cuff T0803-C: Pediatric Universal Cuff
Fits pre-schoolers!
Grocery Grip T0805: Grocery Grip
Most people with arthritis or other hand difficulties experience hand discomfort when carrying plastic grocery bags.
DYNA-FORM-IT Putty, Beige T0806-C: DYNA-FORM-IT Putty, Beige
Form your own grip or impression on anything
DYNA-FORM-IT Putty, Orange T0806-D: DYNA-FORM-IT Putty, Orange
Form your own grip or impression on anything
DYNA-FORM-IT putty, Glow-in-the-Dark, Fluorescent Yellow T0806-E: DYNA-FORM-IT putty, Glow-in-the-Dark, Fluorescent Yellow
Need a special grip? Make your own!
Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Bright Color Assortment T0809-A: Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Bright Color Assortment
For visually impaired and for pediatric use.
Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Assorted  Colors T0809-B: Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Assorted Colors
In handy package
Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Tan T0809-C: Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Tan
In handy package
Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Red T0809-D: Closed Cell Foam Tubing - Red
In handy package

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Assentive Computer Technology - Infrared Head Pointing

The Tracker and the Smart Nav AT can be helpful for users with carpal-tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, quadriplegia, ALS, muscular dystrophy, and multiple sclerosis. Head pointing should be considered for computer users who have good head control and poor (or no) fine motor skills in their hands. Pointing is the quickest, most direct way of controlling the computer. Many people with disabilities have been forced to use scanning, mouth sticks, and other alternative devices when all they really needed to do was somehow point. One 'point' to remember when considering this kind of alternative mouse: you can use your head, but you don't really have to. You may use any body part that has reliable movement and control, like an arm or a knee, to place the dot upon. Also, you may use a hat, a headband, or a sweatband to hold the dot if you do not want to place the dot directly upon the skin.

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