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Independent Mealtime For Kids With Motor Impairments

Using mealtimes to promote independence, self-care skills, and social interaction.

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Sound Bubble M0117: Sound Bubble
Wild sounds and coloured lights flashing
Sing Along Cassette Player M0118-B: Sing Along Cassette Player
Now it's Easy To Sing Along with Your Favorite Song!
Compact Activity Center M0129: Compact Activity Center
For children with limited mobility
Busy Box Traffic Light M0136: Busy Box Traffic Light
Traffic Light Ideal For Teaching Children Crossing Skills
Finger Isolation Busy Box M0139: Finger Isolation Busy Box
Bubble develops fine motor skills!
MAC - Multisensory Activity Centre M0140: MAC - Multisensory Activity Centre
Prism of fun!
Side-Lyer Compact Activity Centre M0144: Side-Lyer Compact Activity Centre
Specially Designed for Children With Limited Mobility
Visual & Hearing Impaired Activity Center M0147: Visual & Hearing Impaired Activity Center
All tactile stimulation!
Hearing Impaired Activity Centre M0148: Hearing Impaired Activity Centre
Perfect for kids with a hearing loss
AM - FM Radio M0203: AM - FM Radio
Listen to hot new music!

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Adapting Signs for pre-verbal communication

Many hearing children use Sign instead of or before verbal communication. But what do you do if traditional Signs are physically difficult to master? Adapt them! For example, the traditional Sign used to indicate "I need to go to the washroom" involves putting the thumb between the third and fourth fingers in a fist and waving the fist. If the child can't manage the hand position you could try using a plain closed fist waving instead. Sign-based communication can help improve communication skills, lower frustration, improve manual dexterity, and teach children that hands can be used for meaningful activities. You will find a good group of Sign resources in Dragonfly's book section.

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