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This Kid Is Driving Me Crazy! -Tips For Parents Of Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Helpful tips for families from the good folks at NICHCY

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Auditory Choice Making Communicator -16 Level R1828: Auditory Choice Making Communicator -16 Level
A new self contained communicator for the visually impaired
32 Message Communicator - 1 Level R1831: 32 Message Communicator - 1 Level
Affordable 32 message communications!
32 Message Communicator - 2 Levels R1832: 32 Message Communicator - 2 Levels
Affordable 32 message multiple level communications!
32 Message Communicator - 3 Levels R1833: 32 Message Communicator - 3 Levels
Affordable 32 message multiple level communications!
32 Message Communicator - 6 Levels R1834: 32 Message Communicator - 6 Levels
Affordable 32 message multiple level communications!
Cheap Talk Switch Module (1-8" Capability) R2001: Cheap Talk Switch Module (1-8" Capability)
Voice-in-a-box has multiple recording and playback capabilities
Cheap Talk Switch Module (1-4" Capability) R2002: Cheap Talk Switch Module (1-4" Capability)
Just plug your own switch in to start talking!
WordWise Sticker Set R9001: WordWise Sticker Set
Practically every possible symbol!

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Concepts: Things that Go Together

Matching things that go together is a challenging cognitive skill for children with developmental delays to learn. It involves making a leap from, "this ball is the same as this ball", to "the ball and the bat go together". Things That Go Together uses clearly illustrated two piece puzzles to help children master this important developmental concept. The difficulty level can be adjusted by presenting either more or less options. For example: Does the fish go with the fishing rod or the tree? You can keep adding more choices to make the difficulty level match your child's level of learning.

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