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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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Adventurer 20" C0408: Adventurer 20"
Teen and adult sized super-stable bike!
Adventurer 26" C0409: Adventurer 26"
Enjoy the fun and freedom of cycling!
Adventurer Tandem C0410: Adventurer Tandem
A bicycle built for two!
Bike Cover for Discovery Bikes C0412: Bike Cover for Discovery Bikes
Keep your bike looking new!
Four Point Chest Harness for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes C0413: Four Point Chest Harness for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes
Perfect upper body support - for males and females!
Velcro Gloves for Discovery, Journey and Adventurer Bikes C0415: Velcro Gloves for Discovery, Journey and Adventurer Bikes
Keep your hands on the steering!
Indoor Stationary Trainer C0416: Indoor Stationary Trainer
Cycle indoors for comfort.
Adjustable Neoprene Foot Plates C0417-A: Adjustable Neoprene Foot Plates
Sometimes bigger is better.
Abductor for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes C0418: Abductor for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes
Optional Add-On Abductor
Adduction Strap for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes C0419: Adduction Strap for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes
Promotes proper alignment

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Take extra care handling kids with hypotonia!

Children with hypotonia (low muscle tone) often have loose ligiments supporting their joints. Extra care must be taken not to pull too hard on children's limbs. For example - If a child who can't stand independantly is pulled to stand by the hands, it is possible to dislocate a shoulder or elbow. Any tender, swollen, or protected joints in children with hypotonia should be seen by a doctor right away!

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