Hilltops is a motor skills training toy for children, preschool age to third grade age, or anyone with physical developmental disabilities who needs to further develop their gross motor skills. The individual may step or jump from “hilltop” to “hilltop”.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Brushed denim soft sculpture, adult size torso and head. Designed for use as a therapeutic tool for expressing and redirecting anger, fear or stress and for conflict resolution.
The Jennswing is a swing with torso support designed for use by children with mobility disabilities. This lightweight, rotational-molded plastic swing provides total body support, including upper and lower torso and legrest support.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide balance practice for children with balance and neurological disabilities. Built of plywood, this rocker has a seat with a footrest, a front safety bar, and horse-shaped sides.
Learning to Count to 100 Flannelboard Activity Set
Learning to Count to 100 Flannelboard Activity Set is a math activity for young children with Autism disorders designed to teach them counting, matching, and sorting concepts as well as patterning, visual discrimination, and language.
The Logs are large foam shapes designed for use with children with physical disabilities. Made of dense poly-foam and covered in vinyl-coated nylon with zipper closure, these logs can be used for balance, coordination, and basic movement activities.