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Susan's Story - The Facts About Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury to the brain caused by the head being hit by something or shaken violently. Learn the facts about this all-too-common injury along with helpful tips for parents and teachers.

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Picture Dominoes, Set of 10 dominoes, cards, manual F0204-A: Picture Dominoes, Set of 10 dominoes, cards, manual
A versatile therapy aid for children and adults
Picture Dominoes, Additional two dominoes F0204-B: Picture Dominoes, Additional two dominoes
A versatile therapy aid for children and adults
Photo Things That Go Together Set 1 F0205-A: Photo Things That Go Together Set 1
Talk about why some things go together and why some don't.
Photo Things That Go Together Set 2 F0205-B: Photo Things That Go Together Set 2
Talk about why some things go together and why some don't.
Verb Action Cards F0302: Verb Action Cards
Verbs move language
Body Part Cards F0303: Body Part Cards
Shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand!
Adjective Cards F0306: Adjective Cards
Tall, wet, empty, full... Adjectives!
Word Retrieval F0307: Word Retrieval
A picture manual to help stimulate aphasic individuals in automatic speech tasks
ReadStart F0311: ReadStart
An entertaining way to learn how to sight read with this engrossing word game.
French Tots F0312: French Tots
A multisensory introduction to French!

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Bringing Two Hands Together In The Midline

Look for toys that offer many grasping points like the Nobbly Wobbly, the Winkle, or the Skwish. Place the child on his or her back. Offer the toy to the side of the child, moving the toy slowly towards the child's midline. Alternate sides, concentrating on the weaker side if there is one. Gradually the child will begin reaching out with both hands. This is especially helpful for premature babies, children with hypotonia, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy , and general developmental delays.

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