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Debunking four common steryotypes about kids with special needs

Often what is known about disabled children comes from television and movies. This information often is false and exaggerated and leads people to believe in stereotypes. Stereotypes can be destructive to the relationships between children and new, inexperienced caregivers.

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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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Sensory Integration Ideas

Kinesthetic awareness is an important part of healthy sensory integration. Challenge your child to use the sense of touch only and identify different objects with the What Is It? Tactile Discrimination Game. Try dividing the objects by theme. Good examples are: objects from nature, dishes and cutlery, or grooming aids. To make the game easier, try offering fewer choices and supply a picture of the objects under the cover. Can your child tell the toothbrush from the hairbrush?

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