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Parenting a Literal Child

It's not just a matter of symantics - for some kids, everything is literal. In parenting several kids with FAS/FAE, I've found that you have to be very careful with your instructions - because they'll be followed!

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Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Small C0420-A: Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Small
The perfect adapted trike for your small one!
Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Small C0420-B: Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Small
Lets even the smallest children enjoy hand-poered cycling.
Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Medium C0420-C: Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Medium
An adapted bike that won't break your budget!
Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Medium C0420-D: Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Medium
An adapted bike that won't break your budget!
Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Large C0420-E: Mobility Aid Trike - Foot Drive Large
An adapted bike that won't break your budget!
Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Large C0420-F: Mobility Aid Trike - Hand Drive Large
An adapted bike that won't break your budget!
Optional Upper Trunk Support for Mobility Aid Trike C0420-G: Optional Upper Trunk Support for Mobility Aid Trike
A little extra support for your cyclist
Optional Lateral Trunk or Hip Supports for Mobility Aid Trike C0420-H: Optional Lateral Trunk or Hip Supports for Mobility Aid Trike
Comfortable hip support
Optional Pedal Blocks for Mobility Aid Trike C0420-I: Optional Pedal Blocks for Mobility Aid Trike
Give your cyclist's leg's a bit more reach!
Optional Low Back Belt and Cushion for Mobility Aid Trike C0420-J: Optional Low Back Belt and Cushion for Mobility Aid Trike
Subtle and comfortable support together with extra safety.

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Where should I grip my pencil?

Some children hold their pencils too far up the pencil's shaft. Their hands may even be right off of the paper, causing light pressure and wobbly control. Try wrapping a bright Wikki Stix around the pencil at the proper grasp point. The visual and tactile cue can really help!

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