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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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Ring Support Walker (for 9Mo-3Yrs) - 7.75"-12.75"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb. C0110-A: Ring Support Walker (for 9Mo-3Yrs) - 7.75"-12.75"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb.
What do you do when the baby walker is just to small? Try a Ring Walker!
Ring Support Walker (for 3-5Yrs) - 11"-17"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb. C0110-B: Ring Support Walker (for 3-5Yrs) - 11"-17"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb.
What do you do when the baby walker is just to small? Try a Ring Walker!
Lexan Tray For Ring Support Walker C0110-C: Lexan Tray For Ring Support Walker
A great add-on for the Ring Walker.
Bumpers For Ring Support Walker C0110-D: Bumpers For Ring Support Walker
Convertible Children's Chair K0101: Convertible Children's Chair
From the bath to the sandbox!
SPIFFY K0102: SPIFFY
Special Positioning Interface Frame For Youngsters
Child's Bath Position Aid K0104-A: Child's Bath Position Aid
Soft comfortable support anywhere!
Removable Tray Attachment, 5" high	K0104-B: Removable Tray Attachment, 5" high
Adjustable tray height!
Removable Tray Attachment, 7" (178 mm) high K0104-C: Removable Tray Attachment, 7" (178 mm) high
Easily adjustable tray height!
Maddacrawler Prone Support Walker K0105: Maddacrawler Prone Support Walker
Helps children learn to crawl!

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Teaching Pull-To-Stand In Three Easy Stages

1. Sit the child on a bolster, seat or small physioball in front of a steady surface to pull up on. The child's feet should be firmly planted on the floor. Let the child grasp your hands and rise to standing. 2. Once that step is mastered, try starting the child from a kneeling position. Help them bring one foot forward first and then the other foot as they rise. 3. Then try starting from a sitting position. The feet must swing to the side, then the child moves to an all-fours kneeling position, and then pulls to stand. This activity helps children develop strong shoulder muscles and general stability. It is especially appropriate for children who have general developmental delays or Down syndrome.

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