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This company based in the UK makes solidly constructed spaces and beds to keep special needs children safe in their rooms.
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“Defined Spaces” is a strategy found helpful in promoting orientation and mobility in young children with visual impairment. A defined space is any area in which meaningful objects are kept in predictable, accessible, and easily detectable locations.
The ProxTalker is a communications device that gives nonverbal kids a voice. Tags can be customized for your child’s specific situation, and added and revised as necessary.
This cool system uses flexible hose and a multitude of components to customize a way to attach items hands-free to your wheelchair or other place you might need it.