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- Salmon Luke sells bowls, plates, forks and spoons that have been exceptionally well developed for introduction and implementation of self-feeding skills and independent eating.
- Marva's new book about her son with Down syndrome exploring the great Yellowstone Park learning about its sights, sounds, and wildlife.
- 12 easy steps to teach anyone how to become a citizen lobbyist or activist for causes you truly care about including special education and medical care laws.
- Braillists are a community focused organisation intent on supporting and furthering the availability of Braille and other tactile reading systems by linking the Braille community, technology innovators and funders.
- Messy play helps to develop fine motor skills, understanding of the world through investigation and problem solving, language and social skills and also importantly can be good fun!
- It is important to promote hands on or kenetic learning with a child who has a visual impairment. Also, you must consider a full sensory experience for the child and make sure you incorporate activities or toys which are stimulating to the other senses.
- The Caregiver's Notebook gives those who care for someone with multiple needs a handy place to organize information.
- Want to read braille visually? This introductory course provides the tools for those interested in learning to read and write braille so they can communicate with family members who use braille.
- Holly Scott-Gardner talks about how you can teach your child to self advocate within a school setting. And how encouraging these skills can transfer into adult life.
- Raising a child with significant special or medical needs is challenging. Have you stopped to think about how that challenge is effecting your relationship with your spouse or partner?
- This is a new free online course offered by Hadley School for the Blind that describes how parents and professionals working with a child who is visually impaired or has additional disabilities can maximize the child's independence at home, school, work, and in the community.
- Scarlett’s response to certain sounds in the environment can have a massive effect on her ability to function properly.
- EazyHold is a simple but innovative grip assist strap that easily attaches to tools, toys, utensils and more! It enables children and adults with limited or no grip strength to accomplish all the necessary acts of daily living, and helps to achieve a more independent lifestyle.