--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To help children with fine motor and grasping difficulties turn the pages of a book. Materials Needed: Book, several empty daily lens cases, adhesive (glue or tape).
The Alphabet Discovery Bottle is an letter recognition sensory bottle designed for children with intellectual difficulties to help them through olfactory sense and proprioception with learning the alphabet, to allow them a calming way to learn the letters o
The Alphabet I-Spy No-Prep Coloring Pages are printables designed for use by students with learning disabilities in the classroom or as a take-home assignment. The child is to color all spaces with a particular letter.
Alterations For Special Conditions: Clothing Made Difficult To Remove.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Demonstrates clothing that fastens in the back for persons who may undress at inappropriate times. Suggests putting zippers in the back of shirts and dresses, so they cannot be unfastened in the front.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Altering a jacket to remove excess fabric from the back of a jacket for person sitting in a wheelchair. The back of the jacket is shortened so that the finished hem is level with the seat of the chair.
Ambulation Aid For Nonweightbearing Foot And Ankle Injuries.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Ambulation aid which holds the leg at a 90 degree angle, allowing someone with a foot or ankle injury to bear the weight on the knee and shin, alleviating the need for crutches.
Anger Iceberg is designed for children who have emotional disabilities to help them learn to identify and cope with their difficult emotions. The product is a teaching tool made by teachers for use in a classroom.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Padded, angled footrest for use when seated in an armchair. Lists materials (wood) needed and provides instructions for constructing a footstool angled to support the feet in comfort.
The Angled Keyboard Stand With Attached Wrist Rest is made up of two angled boards mounted on a flat wooden base. The front board is padded with form and vinyl and is used as a wrist rest. The back angled board holds a computer keyboard.