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  • Bright, engaging teaching tool creates a variety of interactive displays of color that support core learning goals and help instill the building blocks of literacy and mathematical concepts in learners with low vision, cognitive disabilities and other special needs. Portable, light weight, and easy to set up. 224 bright multicolored, energy efficient, LED lights respond to switch interactions fro...

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  • Unique, adjustable sensor switch encourages even the most hypoactive person to move. Flexible arm can be positioned for easiest access by user. Sensitivity can be adjusted to activate with even the slightest movement in front of the sensor. Can be set for momentary, latch, or timed mode. 4-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 1”H. Operates with 1 9-V battery (not included). Momentary Mode Operates as a momentary sw...

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  • Sensi-Desert Colorful, stretchy and squishy critters give fingers and hands a work out, and spring back to original shape for continual stretching fun. Safe and non-toxic material. Not for consumption. Unique, natural sand material is light and fluffy. Soft and dry to the touch to squish, form, roll, or mold into shapes and crumble again. Never dries out. Non-toxic, hypoallergenic, bacteria resi...

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  • Tactile stones provide individuals with sensory experiences with multiple surfaces, shapes and patterns. They offer the opportunity to extend understanding of shapes through exploratory play and mark making. Each stone is cast from a durable mix including real stone and can be used to explore and build comparative and descriptive language across all areas of a setting including sand, water and o...

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  • The TAPit platform is the first interactive learning station designed to provide accessibility to all students. Designed to support learning and software interaction for people with special needs, TAPit provides full access to the screen with easy adjustments that adapt to individualized needs. Features: 42" commercial grade LCD monitor with external speakers. Multi-touch technology and palm re...

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  • The TAPit platform is the first interactive learning station designed to provide accessibility to all students. Designed to support learning and software interaction for people with special needs, TAPit provides full access to the screen with easy adjustments that adapt to individualized needs. Features: 42" commercial grade LCD monitor with external speakers. Multi-touch technology and palm rej...

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  • Tools in this kit help with pencil grasp, finger isolation, finger strength, fine motor coordination, sequencing, visual perception, visual motor skills, and motor planning. The “equipment” includes pick up sticks, Jacob’s ladder, mini dominos, toppling tower, sparkling wheel, 2 cat’s cradle string games and 4 clickable wavy paths that strengthen fingers as shapes are formed. Durable snap lid tote...

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  • The TAPit platform is the first interactive learning station designed to provide accessibility to all students. Designed to support learning and software interaction for people with special needs, TAPit provides full access to the screen with easy adjustments that adapt to individualized needs. Features: 42" commercial grade LCD monitor with external speakers. Multi-touch technology and palm re...

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  • Engaging hands with these tools provide tactile sensory motor experiences for those craving sensory inputs, and make ideal fidgets for people who use tactile stimulation as a calming or self-regulation method. Two-handed fidgets encourage both sides of the brain to work together with an endless variety of visual motor, sequencing, and motor planning opportunities. Recommended for ages 5 years and ...

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  • Designed for those who have trouble using or are unable to use a standard mouse or other input device. The GlassOuse is a wireless mouse alternative featuring built-in motion sensor to track head movements and convert them to move the mouse pointer. Mouse button clicks are provided by a bite or press of the lips on the blue sheath. GlassOuse gives people with disabilities more control of their co...

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  • Focus Frogs Durable, stretchable, and squeezable frogs provide students just enough movement so they can focus. Crunchy-sounding, fun-to-squeeze beads in their belly make them fun to squish. Pull and snap their stretchy legs. Includes 6 frogs with storage “habitat”. Perfect for students that have auditory processing issues, autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder, or attention and f...

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  • Concentration Critters Colorful reptiles make great focus tools for students. Super stretchy lizards can be stretched, twisted, twirled, wiggled, and wrapped around fingers providing movement and sensory input to help focus. Can also be used for social interactions or calming disruptive students. Handled critter cage holds the 12 lizards in a variety of colors and textures. Non-toxic. Yucky Lunch...

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  • Provides the opportunity for two message communication and choice making activities. 10 seconds record time per message. Angled for easy access and visibility. 2-1/2” activation surface. Clear switch cap covers hold and protect pictures or words. Include icon holder. Includes two output jacks to connect external devices that activate with message for cause and effect, reinforcement or reward. Ru...

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  • Reading pens make reading content more accessible, helping give students independence, increase reading speed and fluency, and enhance comprehension. It is a helpful tool for a wide range of readers, from those with reading and learning difficulties (particularly dyslexia) to students and travelers looking to work more efficiently. Small, fast digital pen scans and reads back text. Great resource...

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  • Carleton Good by Susan Rogers Since we are asking you to share your story for how or why you got into school nursing we thought we would share ours. Luckily my grandfather put it on paper and we’d like to share his story with you. Especially since we are celebrating 60 years. In order for parts of this story to make sense you will need a little background. The real beginning of our story goes ...

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  • by Dr. Raymond Heipp Any birthday is a cause for celebration. But a 100th birthday, that is a cause for ceremonial jubilee! I was honored to attend the 100th birthday celebration for occupational therapy at the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference this past weekend in Philadelphia. It was an amazing time that highlighted the role occupational therapy has played in our lives...

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  • by Dr. Raymond Heipp The annual Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) conference is an event that always reinvigorates my support for those with differing abilities. Each year I try to focus on areas in which I have the most questions. This year, my focus was accessibility. It was so wonderful to see old accessibility products that have been updated, and new products which cover areas ...

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  • Get a "GRIP" and Keep On Moving

    Have you ever been frustrated that items slip out of reach or move around when you need them to stay put? The easy-to-clean, light-weight and flexible GRIP Activity Pad may be the solution you need!   Having used many non-skid pads in the past, I decided to try out the 10” x 15” GRIP Activity Pad for one year to see how it would compare. I use a custom tray that connects to the armrests of my w...

  • Let’s Talk About Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Schools

    Each year, approximately 7,000 children age 18 or younger experience sudden cardiac arrest outside a hospital with survival rates of less than 10 percent. Immediate CPR can double or triple someone’s chance of survival, which is important for schools since children spend at least one-third of their days in this environment. Yet only 34 states require CPR training and hands-on practice as a high s...

  • What You Need to Know About Cardiac Emergency Response

    In 2015, the American Heart Association (AHA) reported over 326,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrest events. When cardiac arrest events occur outside of the hospital, the average survival rate is just 10.3 percent.But did you know that survival rates are three times higher if the event is witnessed by a bystander? And when a victim receives assistance, even by a lay bystander, the chances of surviva...

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