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Auditory Processing Tips

Games to help kids develop good auditory processing skills.

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Listen and Do, Level 2 F0406-B: Listen and Do, Level 2
Improve auditory processing skills!
Jumbo Abacus G0201: Jumbo Abacus
A multisensory approach to learning basic math skills!
What Is It? Tactile Discrimination Game G0203: What Is It? Tactile Discrimination Game
Develop tactile descrimination with this clever guessing game
Dress Up Moody Bear H0102: Dress Up Moody Bear
Help kids recognize emotions
Adventures In Leisure I0103: Adventures In Leisure
Promote leisure planning skills with this enjoyable and educational therapeutic game
Discharge Survival   Board Game I0105: Discharge Survival Board Game
Provides an opportunity to actively prepare for re-entry into society
Health and Stress Management  For Successful Aging I0106: Health and Stress Management For Successful Aging
A game that teaches how to cope with stress
Reminiscence Bingo I0107: Reminiscence Bingo
Improve social interaction, orientation, and concentration in adults
Oops, Holey Socks! I0108: Oops, Holey Socks!
Teach good grooming!
Budget Town I0109: Budget Town
Managing money can be fun!

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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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