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What Are The Signs Of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?

Learn about how the three main symtoms of AD/HD can manifest in different children.

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Adult's Sectional Raft C0801-B: Adult's Sectional Raft
Now children who can not go 'swimming' can enjoy the water cradled in our Sectional Raft!
Comfort Mat C0802: Comfort Mat
Makes going swimming more comfortable for kids... and parents too!
Head Float - Small C0803-A: Head Float - Small
Need at least two more hands? Here is the answer!
Head Float - Medium C0803-B: Head Float - Medium
Need at least two more hands? Here is the answer!
Head Float - Large C0803-C: Head Float - Large
Need at least two more hands? Here is the answer!
Dolphin Float System - Small C0804-A: Dolphin Float System - Small
Customize your child's float aid with a dolphin!
Dolphin Float System - Large C0804-B: Dolphin Float System - Large
Customize your child's float aid with a dolphin!
Child's Float Swim Suit - XSm, Sm, Med, Lrg C0805-A: Child's Float Swim Suit - XSm, Sm, Med, Lrg
Floating free with full range of motion...
Water Walker with Seat - Small C0806-A: Water Walker with Seat - Small
Cradled in the water, yet free to move!
Water Walker with Seat - Medium C0806-B: Water Walker with Seat - Medium
Cradled in the water, yet free to move!

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Occupational Therapy: Peekaboo Farm House Small Knob Puzzle

This sized puzzle is best for children with mild cognitive and/or fine motor skill delays. Small knobs make removing, manipulating, and placing puzzle pieces much easier to manage. These small knobs require an early two finger pincer grasp to use. It's a good idea to work on taking puzzle pieces out before attempting to place them. The "peek-a-boo" pictures make it more fun to remove pieces. Try guessing what will be found behind the different doors.

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