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"You Don't Have Words to Describe What I Experience" - What Does Autism Feel Like?

The sensory experience of individuals with autism based on first hand accounts. From the Geneva Centre.

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1 thru 6 of 6 Products in the Assessment Tools Subcategory

Disposable Single-Use Personal Case P0300-B: Disposable Single-Use Personal Case
Single person assessment and tactile kit
TCA  Toglia Category Assessment P0301: TCA Toglia Category Assessment
A mental ability test to establish categories and switch concepts
LOTCA  Battery P0302: LOTCA Battery
The LOTCA Battery is a cognitive battery of tests for both primary assessment and ongoing evaluation in the treatment of brain-injured individuals.
BAFPE  ( Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation) P0303-A: BAFPE ( Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation)
A two-part, behavorially-anchored assessment designed to assess how a client may function in task-oriented and social interactional settings.
BAFPE  ( Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation) Refill Set P0303-B: BAFPE ( Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation) Refill Set
A two-part, behaviorallys- anchored assessment designed to assess how a client may function in task-oriented and social interactional settings.
Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment - Geriatric Version LOCTA-G P0307: Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment - Geriatric Version LOCTA-G
A revised version of the popular LOCTA - just for geriatric cliens with brain injuries.
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Bubble Tumblers can help develop self-feeding skills

One way to help kids develop good self-feeding skills is to offer play activities that build the fine motor skills needed when eating. ,A child playing with a No-Spill Bubble Tumbler is using the same motions that are needed handling cutlery. The motions mimic bringing food to the mouth, and by blowing bubbles, the child develops more controlled mouth movement. ,Plus, you get all those pretty bubbles!

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