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Understanding Sibling Issues

Raising a child with a disability or chronic illness poses many challenges. Some of these challenges focus on the relationship between the siblings in the family. These crucial relationships are examined in this article.

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1 thru 10 of 18 Products in the Single Switch Software Subcategory

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U Kan Du Switches Too  -  Eensy & Friends for Mac Q0113-A: U Kan Du Switches Too - Eensy & Friends for Mac
Kid-friendly switch-driven software!
U Kan Du Switches Too  - Forgetful & Friends for  PC-Mac Q0114-B: U Kan Du Switches Too - Forgetful & Friends for PC-Mac
Kids using switches help Forgetfu l Bear make his porridge.
Spot on Games - PC-Networkable Q0140: Spot on Games - PC-Networkable
Especially designed for children with special needs.
Touch Funfair - PC-Mac-Networkable Q0142: Touch Funfair - PC-Mac-Networkable
Go to the fair anytime, with this enjoyable early program.
Switch On Original - PC-Networkable Q0201-A: Switch On Original - PC-Networkable
Is your switch user bored? Try Switching On!
Switch On Travel - Mac-PC-Networkable Q0201-B: Switch On Travel - Mac-PC-Networkable
More great games for the switch user!
Switch On Zoo - PC-Networkable Q0201-C: Switch On Zoo - PC-Networkable
Go to the zoo using just a switch!
Build It - PC-Networkable Q0202-A: Build It - PC-Networkable
An imaginitve challenge for switch, touch screen, and mouse users.
Flip It and Slider - PC-Networkable Q0212: Flip It and Slider - PC-Networkable
Sharpen spatial relations skills.
Clicker 4.0 - Single User - for Mac Q0413-A: Clicker 4.0 - Single User - for Mac
CHanging the way children write!

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What Is It? Tactile Discrimination Game

Kinesthetic awareness is an important part of healthy sensory integration. Challenge your child to use the sense of touch only and identify different objects with the What Is It? Tactile Discrimination Game. Try dividing the objects by theme. Good examples are: objects from nature, dishes and cutlery, or grooming aids. To make the game easier, try offering fewer choices and supply a picture of the objects under the cover. Can your child tell the toothbrush from the hairbrush?

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