The ECR4Kids Big Rig Vehicle, Ages 12 Months to 6 Years is an educational toy designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to play with. Has beveled edges and rounded corners for added strength. It comes with two wooden drivers for road navigation, removable roof and a working tailgate that alllows children to fill the trailer with blocks, cars and more. Adult supervision is required to prevent any hazard. Ages 12 Months to six years.
Child-Guided Strategies for Assessing Children Who are Deafblind or Have Multiple Disabilities, model 1-31001-00, is an instructor training program designed for use by teachers of children who are deaf-blind or have multiple disabilities. This interactive CD-ROM demonstrates strategies and techniques for assessing and teaching children with multiple disabilities through the use of video clips, questions pertaining to the video clips, discussion, and relevant literature. Comprehensive assessments
DIY Backyard Obstacle Course for a Birthday Party! is a do it yourself activity for children with upper and lower extremity disabilities to participate in gross motor skills activities. For this course, the example is a firefighter-themed birthday party.
The HIMS Lifestyle HD Desktop Video Magnifier 24" is designed for individuals with low vision to help them be able to read. High definition image can reduce eye fatigue and the sea-sick sensation that some users may feel after long periods of time using standard resolution magnifier. Can be kept on a desk, countertop, or reading table. Can be connected to a computer to display what is on the monitor. Features more than 150 magnification levels. Easily zoom the magnification from 3.1x – 95x. Magn
Social Skill Builder Special Needs School Rules Software, Volume 1, Ages 8 to 18 Years is assistive technology designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and behavioral issues to learn practice their social cues, understand daily standards and more successfully interact with fellow students. With this product, children learn structured classroom, physical education and unstructured scenarios like locker rooms, lockers, personal hygiene and school hallways. In general, children of all st