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Independent Mealtime For Kids With Motor Impairments

Using mealtimes to promote independence, self-care skills, and social interaction.

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1 thru 10 of 10 Products in the Cards Subcategory

Playing Card Holder, 10 inch (25 cm) long I0201-A: Playing Card Holder, 10 inch (25 cm) long
Clear plastic for greater visibility
Playing Card Holder, 15 inch (37 cm) long I0201-B: Playing Card Holder, 15 inch (37 cm) long
Clear plastic for greater visibility
Playing Card Holder,  Bag of four 10" long holders I0202-A: Playing Card Holder, Bag of four 10" long holders
Clear plastic for greater visibility
Playing Card Holder,   Bag of four 15" long holders I0202-B: Playing Card Holder, Bag of four 15" long holders
Clear plastic for greater visibility
Playing Card Holder,   Bag of four 10" long holders I0203-A: Playing Card Holder, Bag of four 10" long holders
Clear plastic for greater visibility
Playing Card Holder,  Bag of four 15" long  holders I0203-B: Playing Card Holder, Bag of four 15" long holders
Comes with a deck of Low Vision playing cards!
Deluxe Card Holder I0204: Deluxe Card Holder
The De-Luxe Card Holder keeps playing cards in a vertical position.
Card Holder - Set of 4 Discs I0205: Card Holder - Set of 4 Discs
A device to help hold playing cards
Playing Card Holder I0206: Playing Card Holder
Play cards easily!
Battery Power Card Shuffler I0207: Battery Power Card Shuffler
No need to shuffle by hand!
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Bringing Two Hands Together In The Midline

Look for toys that offer many grasping points like the Nobbly Wobbly, the Winkle, or the Skwish. Place the child on his or her back. Offer the toy to the side of the child, moving the toy slowly towards the child's midline. Alternate sides, concentrating on the weaker side if there is one. Gradually the child will begin reaching out with both hands. This is especially helpful for premature babies, children with hypotonia, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy , and general developmental delays.

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