ADL Boards help individuals build the skills necessary for independent dressing by offering 4 different dressing boards for practicing; button, snap, lace, and zipper.
Basic Skills Practice Board
Basic Skills Practice Board is an activity designed for children ages 3 and up with upper extremity disabilities to help them develop fine motor and life skills. With this, zipping, buckling, snapping, lacing and tying, and other dressing skills are mastered.
The Buckle Puzzle is adressing activity designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities. This dressing-fastener tool is intended to help children ages four and up and adults develop the ability to manipulate a variety of clothing fasteners while building finger strength and motor planning skills. The puzzle features six assorted buckle fasteners joined together by brightly colored pieces of nylon webbing.
Children's Factory Snap Board
Children's Factory Snap Board is a board that allows children to practice snapping to improve self dressing skills.
Children's Factory Zipper Board
Children's Factory Zipper Board is a board that allows children to practice zipping to improve self dressing skills.
The Dressing Caterpillar is a plush toy that features 6 colorful segments with 6 different fasteners and 6 tiny pockets to hide surprises for use by children with cognitive or mobility disabilities to have them learn to dress independently. This toy gives the child an engaging way to practice manipulating buttons, ties, zippers, snaps, buckles, and velcro fasteners to help build pre-dressing skills. Requires bilateral coordination.
Egg Carton Buttoning Tool
The Egg Carton Buttoning Tool is a do it yourself product designed for people with cognitive and fine motor disabilities to learn how to button.
Learn To Dress Monkey
The Learn to Dress Monkey is a dressing activity designed for use by children with fine motor, upper extremity, or cognitive disabilities. This plush monkey features removable socks, sneakers, a t-shirt, and denim overalls for on/off dressing practice. Dressing activities include lacing up the colorful sneakers, buttoning pockets, snapping straps, and zipping another pocket. The toy offers practice 11 different dressing skills. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long.
Loopeez Shoe Aid
For special needs children and adults, shoe tying can sometimes be a difficult process. Loopeez shoe tying aids are designed to be essential tools for teaching shoe tying, and in the assistance of rehabilitation. Loopeez act as an extra hand to help those who may have dexterity or fine motor disabilities.
Sunpentown Shoe Buffer, Model UC-989
Sunpentown Shoe Buffer is intended for people with lower and upper extremity disabilities, grasping disabilities, and fine motor disabilities. Sunpentown Shoe Buffer is used to buff and shine shoes. It is suitable for all types of shoes. It has dual buffers which are made of 100 percent lamb wool. It has a quiet running motor, detachable buffers, and one touch control.
Teddy Wear is a fully-dressed teddy bear designed to help children with autism or fine motor disabilities practice learning how to get dressed. Each removable piece of clothing on Teddy Wear translates to something the child might wear in the real world, allowing him/her to practice buttoning, zipping, snapping, fastening and tying. The laces, buttons and snaps are large enough for the child's hand to grasp and manipulate, and they may help encourage those with fine motor difficulties to learn t
Wacky Web is a 3-Dimensional maze designed for children with fine motor disabilities to exercise bilateral manipulation skills, pincer grasp, visual focusing, and motor planning. This is a pre-buttoning activity. To use, children move the smiley face bead along the elastic cord and through the slits on the felt mat from the one side (red) to the other side (blue). This product comes with a grid of 25 squares sewn onto it with a ½-inch slit in the center of each square. Light and easy to transpor