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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 10 of 16 Products in the Switch Adapted Multimedia Subcategory

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Roller Switch Music Box L0432: Roller Switch Music Box
Roller Switch plays music
Wireless Television Remote Control L1607: Wireless Television Remote Control
Jumbo Remotes Make Watching TV Easier
Wireless VCR Remote Control L1608: Wireless VCR Remote Control
Jumbo Remotes Make Watching VCRs Easier
VCR Remote Module - Universal L1613: VCR Remote Module - Universal
Handy Cordless Remote Unit Allows You to Control Your VCR With Your Favorite Switch
TV Remote Module - Universal L1614: TV Remote Module - Universal
Handy Cordless Remote Unit Allows You to Control Your TV With Your Favorite Switch
Remote Control Module  for Cable - Switch Adapted L1615: Remote Control Module for Cable - Switch Adapted
Handy Cordless Remote Unit Allows You to Control Your Cable Box With Your Favorite Switch
Sing Along Cassette Player M0118-B: Sing Along Cassette Player
Now it's Easy To Sing Along with Your Favorite Song!
AM - FM Radio M0203: AM - FM Radio
Listen to hot new music!
AM-FM Radio - Switch Accessible M1501: AM-FM Radio - Switch Accessible
Quality sound!
Electronic Music Box M1503: Electronic Music Box
Music Box Activates Instantly and Easily

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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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