This book is designed to help teenage persons with Autism or any cognitive/behavioral challenges to develop social skills by exploring complex social situations, such as understanding unspoken social cues, sarcasm, idioms and body language. Contains real life stories that your teenagers can relate to and stimulates learning and discussion. This book teaches teens to consider the perspectives of others and to understand how their actions and behaviors affect the way others think about them and tr
Abecus is a product designed for teaching children with Autism basic arithmetic, the math concepts of counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division as well as patterning and color recognition. Students slide and count bright, kid friendly beads while developing fine motor, hand eye coordination and problem solving skills. Each bead is painted a pleasing color leaving the abacus with a rainbow design. Can be used in class wide activities. Alternatively, this item can be used at home a
This Action Sensory Room is designed to accommodate those individuals who have a disability that effects their temperament, who react with anger or frustration, those who have problems with concentration, those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and others who struggle with inappropriate behavior. Is intended to encourage play and build concentration as well as to relax the body and keep the mind alert. The Action Room tools include swings and rockers that provide rhythmic mov
A board game that is meant to be played by children (3rd grade and higher)who have Autism or cognitive impairment, so that they may practice math skills while learning responsible money management skills, as players practice earning, spending, and saving money. This is an open-ended game with several options or ways to play depending on the amount of time available to play. Some options for play include: the player who earns $20 first wins, or the first one around the board wins.
Bipolar Disorder Connect is an application designed for use by individuals with bipolar disorder to stay connected with a large growing community of people living with the same diagnosis. With Bipolar Disorder Connect mobile, you can follow discussions while on the go, ask your questions and add comments to posts. It's the place to discuss treatments, start conversations, and learn from others. Bipolar Disorder Connect empowers people living with bipolar disorder through sharing experiences and
Buddy is a humanoid companion. Buddy’s brain is an integrated 8-inch tablet with built-in WiFi and Bluetooth. Its 3D vision lets it easily track and interpret hand, arm, and head movements; distinguish among objects, faces, animals, plants, etc.; and gauge the depth of objects in its sight. Buddy is fully mobile with three wheels and a plethora of sensors allowing it to travel, learn, and interact with the world around it. Buddy was built on a modular, flexible open source platform to allow hard
Busy Fingers™ Gel Fidget is a fidget toy designed for children with autism, with sensory integration disorder, or any child who has trouble paying attention or sitting still. Use when stressed, bored or seeking sensory input. Has the added benefit of it helping to boost their concentration and focus as well as fine motor skills and fine motor strengthening. Can be kept in a backpack or parent’s bag and used at home, school, clinic, or while riding in a car. For ages 3 and up. DIMENSIONS: 5.5 inc
Calm Down Breathing for Kids is a blog post for children with sensory processing and anxiety disorders to teach them three simple breathing techniques that help them calm down and regulate their breathing.
Caref is designed for children with cognitive, physical and mental disabilities. Is a GPS built inside a watch; intended to track location and facilitate contact with the child in case of an emergency. Using an app (My Caref) the watch has the capability to send and receive calls. The GPS assistance tracks locations within 3 meters or ten feet. It is equipped with a SOS button that sends locations and calls the numbers on list (after programing it) that will continue to call until someone answer
Cause and Effect- Spanish, is essentially the same as Cause and Effect (in English), where a situation is presented on one side and the user must choose the best possible solution, given the circumstances, from the four outcomes presented; especially useful in Speech and Pathology therapy sessions. 150 different situations, timed responses, cumulative progress reports and flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct response is given.
The ChillSpa Room is a room filled with therapeutic toys, tools, and other items that children should feel secure and comfortable in. Sensory rooms are designed to decrease discipline problems, such as acting out from aggression, anxiety or frustration, keeping the child focused and relaxed. The ChillSpa Room includes an interactive bubble tube, fiber optic lights, images projected on the walls, and soothing music, which provides visual and auditory input, creating a calming environment. Additio
These Crazy Coiler Keychain Fidgets are stretchy, loop-shaped fidget coils on a keychain that attaches to backpacks, belt loops, worn as a bracelet, and more. They are a portable and silent self-regulation sensory tool that can be used in the classroom, and can be used for bilateral coordination practice.
Create A Morning Chart is a do it yourself product designed for children with sensory processing disorder to give them visual and written prompts. This helps if a child has trouble with transition and initiation. It improves focus and attention as well as prevents meltdowns.
Day One is an journaling application that can be used by people who struggle with stress, fibromyalgia, or any other neurological or mental condition that affects stress that may be relieved by journaling. Journaling is a way for users to decompress from the day and reduces stress. Journaling and writing relaxes the mind, particularly the part of the brain that deals with emotions.
Depression CBT Self-Help Guide is an application designed to supplement cognitive behavioral therapy. This app’s screen test helps users gauge the severity of their depression. It also offers articles on CBT. Users can also tap into the tracking feature that lets them focus on positive thoughts and behaviors.
The Easy Flex Medical ID Bracelet is a medical identification tag designed for use by individuals with asthma, diabetes, hemophilia, epilepsy, autism or other underlying medical condition such as diabetes, food or drug allergies, epilepsy, or cardiac conditions.The bracelet comes in a variety of interchangeable sport bands that make them convenient to go with the look and feel the user desires. ?
The Fall Alphabet Pack is an alphabet pack set designed for children with learning disabilities to be used in the homeschool setting. This pack has over 30 pages that can be used for either coloring or painting as well as alphabet tracing strips. The user can either choose to cut the strips out or use them the way they are printed. To ensure the tracing pages or strips last longer, the user can laminate them or slip them into a protective sleeve.
#365PENGUINS is a do it yourself activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder to do with their parents at home in the evening, after their bath. #365 Penguins is a children’s book (see product) that goes along with this do it yourself activity. The child hears a knock at the door (from the parent) and goes to the door to find the penguin in a purple box, collects the penguin and places it on the fireplace, next to its brothers and sisters. This activity teaches organization an
Feet-shaped steppers are shaped like two giant feet and designed for use by individuals who need a foot fidget area under their desk at school or work or for users who need sensory breaks. It is a versatile therapy tool, as it can also be used for bilateral coordination and integration, balance training, vestibular and proprioceptive input.
The First/Then Board are designed for children with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and behavioral issues to improve focus and prevent meltdowns.
The Freedom is a wandering patient system designed for use in residential and institutional settings with people who have autism, Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other cognitive disabilities that may cause wandering. The Freedom system is composed of three modules - a handheld receiver, a wireless transmitter and locator worn on the wrist, and a charging station for the receiver and the locator. The portable radio frequency (RF) receiver can track the location of the transmitter. It has a rang
Friendly facts is a program designed to help students with autism develop social skills and social understanding. This program teaches what a true friend is, how to be a friend, making friends, staying friends and more.
The Genibo Robot Dog is a therapeutic, social robotic dog. It is designed to offer emotional support and companionship to individuals with mental disabilities or cognitive disabilities, or to anyone who would benefit from a pet but cannot have a live animal. The Genibo Robot Dog, which resembles a bull terrier, can act and react autonomously without command. For example, it will express emotions appropriate to the situation, and lose energy and fall asleep if its owner does not pay attention to
GestureTek® Immersive Therapy Cart is designed for clients with limited mobility as a result of spinal cord injury, neurological impairments as well as for clients who have been placed on limited physical activity. It is a mobile solution that provides over 25 different applications and delivers them to clients in multiple locations of facility (i.e. hospital rooms, atriums, lounge, etc). With this complete mobile solution featuring over 50 immersive applications, clients have the opportunity t
Good Health Habits is a personal skills and independent living tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with pre-school children with mental, physical, or sensory disabilities. This series of five duplicatable books, 5 duplicatable CD-ROMs and 5 online lessons can be used by parents and teachers to instruct children about personal health habits and well-being. Available as a set, titles include: Nutrition; Dental Health; The Food Groups; Rest and Exercise; and Healthy Ha
The Health Mapper is an app for users to monitor health conditions. Users can track symptoms, medication, measurements, and anything else that's important to your health like exercise, diet, sleep, and stress. The Health Mapper can be used to give users and their doctors the big picture on your health condition. It can track any health condition including: acne, angina, anxiety, asthma, atrial fibrillation, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic kidney disease, COPD, coeliac disease, colitis, constip
How To Create A LEGO Duplo Block Painting is a do it yourself process art activity designed for those individuals with learning disabiliting to express their creativity, use their imagination, explore the world around them and make their own decisions.
iCounselor: OCD is an app designed for iPhone users who have OCD. It is a portable self help tool where the user can learn skills to resist obsessions and compulsions. It lets the user "Rate Your OCD" on a scale of 0-10, it gives the user different categories for resisting compulsions such as "Response Prevention," Change Thoughts," and "Calming Activities."
Iris SoundSwitch is designed for individuals who benefit from sensory objects and features to encourage vocalization and group activities. Unit comes complete with battery charger.This product allows you to control any wireless IRiS Listeners. Has 4 switching modes:
IRiS+ is an application designed to allow an iPad®, iPhone®, or iPod Touch® to control sensory equipment or to enable the user to easily control a multi-sensory room. Offers several control switches in one— sound, touch, vibration, and movement. The full IRiS+ app is free to download and by doing so, one can control either one or a number of multi-sensory products in a variety of ways. Through touch, the user may choose Multiple Buttons Mode: Choose between two, four and eight switches to contro
The iTraq3 is an all-in-one, small tracking device that features global tracking coverage and up to 4 months battery life on one charge. It can be used to track kids or family members who suffer from Alzheimer, Dementia or other mental diseases. iTraq provides a turnkey tracking solution that comes ready to use out of the box with a global SIM card, Android, iOS and Web tracking app.
The Joy for All Companion Pet Cat is a robotic companion pet cat that is designed to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or to those who would benefit from a pet but cannot have a live animal. The pet cat responds to petting, hugging, and motion much like a real cat, but does not require any special feeding or care. Built-in sensors that respond to the users motion and touch. It features realistic, soft fur that looks and
Junior Squashy Seat by ROMPA® is designed for use by children with sensory processing disorders or those who are able sit independently, but require additional support. It is soft and can be molded to an individual’s body shape. This seat is similar to a bean bag, but is less supportive than foam-filled alternatives and so is unsuitable for those requiring more firm and supportive furniture.
The Leap Motion controller is a sensor intended to help people with dyslexia. It senses the natural movement of the hands and works like a pointer on the computers. Currently, it works with most operating systems. The Leap Motion Controller doesn’t replace the keyboard, mouse, stylus, or trackpad. It works with them, and without special adapters. Once the Leap Motion software is running it's connected to the USB to begin use.
Learn the basics: what doesn’t belong? is a flipbook with laminated picture cards, designed for special needs students. Users begin by learning to group similar items together which teaches reasoning, discrimination, and problem solving as well as reasoning skills. Cards attach and detach with Velcro. Additional exercises and activities are scattered between the pages. Ages 2 to 5. Small parts, warning for children under 3 years old.
Learning About the Neighborhood is a personal skills tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with pre-school children with mental, physical, or sensory disabilities. This series of five duplicatable books, five duplicatable CD-ROMs and five online lessons can be used by parents and teachers to instruct children to explore and understand the world around them. Available as a set, titles include: Furniture; Communication; Transportation; Clothing; and Food. A trainer’s gu
The LED Fiber Optic Softie is a sensory integration product that allows the user to sit comfortably on a beanbag with fiber optics to hold, look at, touch and feel, creating a visual and tactical experience. It can be used to calm and relax or stimulate depending upon whether the Calming or Superactive Model is purchased.
Live OCD Free is an interactive application designed to guide users through Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). It is designed for individuals who have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It provides exercises to diminish OCD symptoms and sets practice goals and rewards to increase motivation and consistency, as well as multitude of tools to help fight OCD including specific tools for checking compulsions and contamination fears. It allows for the user or the healthcare professional the individua
Make Your Mark is a dry erase marker activity book that offers 13 floor plans of familiar places to assist adult clients with a neurological disability or a head injury with skills of information processing, spatial orientation, categorization, writing, and counting. Targets respective skill development. A separate therapist manual containing sets of questions created specifically for each floor plan is included. Adults make their mark directly onto the book. When finished, wipe the book clean a
The MED-E-LERT is an automatic pill dispenser. The device is intended for users with mental illness, vision loss, or those with complex medication regimens. Features include:
MeMoves is a sensory integration activity program designed for use by parents, teachers or therapists working with children with cognitive or mental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent, teacher or therapist to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to calm or focus a child. The child performs finger puzzles to the beat of the music and watches as the screen comes alive. MeMoves features nine original songs exclusive to this app, over 30 separate finger puzzles and
Nadine is a social companion robot that is designed to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or anyone that would benefit from 24-hour companionship.
No More Fatigue is a book by Jack Challem that is written for people suffering from fibromyalgia or any other fatigue. It is written to help the reader learn the causes of their sleep disorder and what they can do about it. Many of the ideas in the book focus on lifestyle changes, creating a regular sleep schedule, doing some yoga, journaling before bedtime, and exercising.
nOCD is an app that helps patients diagnosed with OCD manage their condition. It offers Immediate clinically supported guidance in the moment of an OCD episode, mindfulness and Exposure Response Prevention planning and training, weekly tests to assess severity of OCD, protected data about your condition and treatment that can be shared with your therapist, OCD information and education, and motivational support along the way.
The Number Skills for Children with Down Syndrome (5-11 years) is an eBook (an electronic version of the printed 2001 version) that provides guidance and advice and describes practical activities to assist the development of number skills for children ages 5-11 with Down syndrome. The eBook covers awareness of quantity, size, weight, pattern, shape, time, and money and the importance of language for number concepts, and offers practical information in an accessible format.
The Number Skills for Individuals with Down Syndrome - An Overview - PDF eBook is an electronic version of this book published in 2001 and is intended for individuals with Down syndrome to teach them and help the enhance their number skills curriculum. This eBook presents an overview of what is understood about development of number skills for people with Down syndrome. Reviewing the available research, effective teaching techniques, and strategies for promoting the development of number skills
The Number Skills for Teenagers with Down syndrome eBook is meant for parents and education professionals of teenagers ages 11-16 years old with Down syndrome. It is intended to provide guidance and advice regarding number skill development in children with Down syndrome, and describes practical activities to assist the development of number skills for children with Down syndrome. This book draws on what is known about the number development of typically developing children to provide guidance a
The Numicon 1–100 cm Number Rod Track is a product made for children with Down syndrome for teaching place value, partitioning, multiplication and division. Decade sections fit together to total 100 cm. The track is grooved to take number rods.
The Numicon Pegs Coloured 80 is a pack of 80 colored pegs that are intended for children to be used during pattern making activities. They fit into the Numicon Baseboard and Shapes. Sold in an even assortment of red, yellow, green and blue.
Numicon: First Steps with Numicon at Home Kit builds a deep understanding of math through a multi-sensory approach, developing children's fluency, reasoning and problem-solving. The First Steps with Numicon at Home Kit was designed for parents and carers of pre-school children (aged 3-5) to help with their children's math learning during the Foundation Stage and early Key Stage 1, with a series of clearly-illustrated activities and games that introduce early ideas about number and arithmetic.
PARO Therapeutic Robot is an advanced interactive robot that allows for the documented benefits of animal therapy to be administered to patient in environments such as hospitals and extended care facilities. It can be used to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or to those who would benefit from a pet but cannot have a live animal.
Pattern Blocks and Boards is designed for children, to get them to exercise their fine motor abilities while using matching skills/problem solving/figuring out which shape goes where. Designs on 5 reversible boards and 120 brightly colored wooden geometric shapes provide multiple fun ways for children to develop matching and fine motor skills. They can match to the boards, create mosaics, and design their own patterns. Ages 3 and up.
Pepper is an autonomous talking humanoid robot who perceives emotions, and adapts his behavior to the mood of the humans around him. Pepper can be used to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or to anyone that would benefit from a companion. Pepper can identify joy, sadness, anger or surprise and respond appropriately, making his interactions with users natural and intuitive. Pepper can instantly recognize the emotional co
The Photo Conversation Cards is a set of 90 cards, designed to teach conversation skills to children with autism and Asperger's communication skills. The cards cover a wide variety of topics including meeting and greeting people, making and keeping friends, health, hygiene, manners, school skills, safety rules, personal space, home and family, emotions, etc. Features a full color photo on the front with a social and communication skill story on the back. Socially appropriate responses are clearl
Physical Activities is a personal skills tutorial and exercise program designed for use by parents and teachers working with pre-school children with mental, physical, or sensory disabilities. This series of 5 duplicatable books, 5 duplicatable interactive CD-ROMs and 5 online lessons can be used by parents and teachers to instruct children about body movements and other activities. This series is designed to cover activities that may improve the child’s coordination, balance, and control. Avail
Playtime with Zeebu™ is an interactive video that includes two puppets, designed for children with Autism to use to give them opportunity to work on social skills, emotion recognition, and self regulation. This video features thought bubbles that draw viewers attention to the emotions and thoughts of each character. Thought bubbles help children understand "theory of mind" that others have different thoughts than they do. In the video, the character goes on an adventure to find puzzle pieces. Th
The PocketFinder+ is a GPS tracker designed for users who are elderly or young kids. The device is a wearable personal 3G GPS / Wi-Fi / Cell ID tracker is our 2nd generation Personal Locator and utilizes all three location technologies to provide an ideal way for families and caregivers to keep track of their love ones. Ideal for children heading to or from school, after school activities on their own or via public transportation and seniors who value their independence, the PocketFinder+ can he
The Posey Finger Control Mitts are restraint mitts designed for use with adults with cognitive or emotional disabilities who are at risk of injuring themselves or of pulling out catheters or IV lines. The palms of these ambidextrous mitts are filled with machine-washable fiberfill. The mitts secure with hook and loop closures and include connecting straps to limit range of motion if necessary. Model 2815 features an open finger design and model 2816 has a closed end and a mesh back. Optional st
The Pre-GED Basic Education Multimedia Curriculum is an academic tutorial program designed for use by high school students and adults with various disabilities. This program combines the curriculum areas included in the GED test with instruction presented on a lower comprehension level. It can be used by high school students and adults independently or in groups to prepare for the GED test, and it is designed to help students and adults transitioning from school to employment and community livin
PRIORI is a smartphone app that is being developed to monitor the subtle qualities of the user’s voice during daily phone conversations to detect early signs of mood changes. The app automatically monitors the patients’ voice patterns during all calls, including those between the patient and a health care provider. The computer program analyzes many characteristics of the sounds, and silences, during each call. Only the patient’s side of everyday phone calls is recorded, and they are encrypted
Problem-Solving Picture Cards, by Mary John Pitti and Traci Meier, are designed to help individuals with limited cognitive skills, ideally those who have cognitive impairment due to a recent stroke or head trauma, to prepare them for common problem-solving situations. The cards give realistic problem-solving situations illustrated with full-color photos. Photos initiate communication about the problem or pressing issue and possible solutions. Designed to help improve problem-solving and reasonin
The Project Lifesaver is a GPS tracker designed for users with Alzheimer's, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other cognitive disabilities. The device is both a tracking device and a digital sports watch. PAL is worn on the wrist just like a normal wrist watch. The difference with PAL is that it will protect and locate your “At Risk” loved one if they wander. Along with the digital watch/transmitter PAL also has a portable receiver which notifies the caregiver of a wandering event using GPS technolo
The Protac Ball Blanket with Polystyrene Balls is a tranquillizing, sense-stimulating aid. This square-quilted duvet is filled with polystyrene balls and is designed to remedy physical and emotional uneasiness. The weight of the loose balls pressing at certain points on the body stimulates both the sensation of touch and the sense of muscle and joint. The many sensory impressions transmit inhibitory impulses to the central nervous system, thus increasing the sense of the body and its limits.
Protac MyFit is a sensory stimulating vest designed to help calm physical and mental unease and improve bodily awareness. Made of elastic material, Protac MyFit has channels on the front and back filled with heavy plastic balls, and is meant to be worn snuggly against the body. It has a simple lacing system on the back and the sides so that users can adjust the vest to achieve the best possible sensory stimulation. The special design of the vest distributes pressure deep under the skin, stimulat
Protac SenSit is a sensory chair designed to stimulate the senses while simultaneously calming the body. The chair contains plastic balls in the seat, back and side cushions, and polystyrene balls on the bottom of the chair and in the neck cushion. Additionally, the cushions on either side of the chair (which are filled with plastic balls) are long enough that they can be positioned over the body. When an individual sits in the chair, the plastic and polystyrene balls press against the body’s pr
QuickTalker™ S is a dedicated speech generating device designed for individuals communication, speech, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. The QuickTalker S provides sequential communication and a proximity sensor activation surface that can be activated with a very light touch or by waiving a hand within 10-millimeters of it. Users activate QuickTalker S to play the first message and then activate again to play each additional message. It has 30 seconds of record time. DIMENSIONS: Ac
The Rabbit Sensory Habitat is a room full of sensory products, deep pressure and weighted activities designed for children who are overly sensitive to or overly responsive to stimuli, to calm and soothe them. All of the packages above includes swings, lighting, and other tools, designed also to target aggressive behaviors like avoiding school work and tasks, hitting (self or others), uncontrolled energy, or withdrawn/sluggish movement. Each habitat is also highly flexible, adapts for different n
Reeti is a communicating and expressive robot. Reeti is a robot whose originality lies in its ability to express emotions through his soft face and its 15 degrees of freedom. Reeti can be used to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or to those who would benefit from a pet but cannot have a live animal. The functional specifications of Reeti, the expressive robot are as follows:
ROMPA® Musical Squorner is designed by children and adults with sensory processing disorders, cognitive, emotional and intellectual disabilities. Users can sit, sink and relax as the vibrations and music penetrates deep into the body. The Squorner is bead-filled to conform to the user’s body.
The Safe Return Esquire Medical ID Bracelet is an identification tag designed for use by individuals with disabilities. Bracelet comes in size 8 inch plus ½ inch extender and can be fit to any wrist size.
The Safe Return Large Purple Medical ID Bracelet is an identification tag designed for individuals with disabilities. This MedicAlert Medical ID is constructed with durable stainless steel and features the secure sister hook style clasp and a large emblem. These medical bracelets are long-lasting and designed for everyday wear. While purple is generally associated with memory impairment, this ID can also be used by anyone with other medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, hemophilia, epilep
The Self Help for Anxiety Management (SAM) app is an application that is designed to help manage stress. The content of SAM is presented in various media formats in order to support users in learning about anxiety and practicing self-help. It is not text-heavy, and users will need to study the guidance to get the best out of SAM. Users are encouraged to build their own Anxiety Toolkit of SAM resources that they find helpful and to draw on this for regular practice in managing situations that are
Sega's Yume Neko Dream Cat is an interactive robotic cat that is designed to provide emotional support and companionship to the elderly, individuals with mental or cognitive disabilities, or to those who would benefit from a pet but cannot have a live animal. This furry robotic pet has sensors in the head, both sides of the face, back, and stomach. Stroking the cat in these areas will elicit purring and happy responses, and the Dream Cat’s tail will react to show how it is feeling - similar to t
The Sensory Essentials Collection is a collection of resources designed for children with sensory processing disorder to improve the child’s emotional regulation and behaviors, have smoother transitions, put an end to morning battles, reduce anxiety and see lasting results. The Sensory Essentials Collection has everything necessary to equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to help your child today.
The Simple Music Player is designed for individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other cognitive impairments. It has been designed to be as easy as possible to operate for the user. Setting up the player is undertaken by friends, family or caregivers, as a onetime process. Trails have been conducted to make sure the operation is highly intuitive and does not require any prior knowledge or memory to start and stop the player. The styling is also reminiscent of old radios and is instantly recogni
The Slide Bar Black Medical ID Necklace is a medical identification tag designed for use by individuals with asthma, diabetes, hemophilia, epilepsy, autism, or other conditions. The Vertical Slide Bar Medical ID Necklace comes in gloss black and with matching 30 inch beaded chain.
Snoezelen Multisensory environments (MSE) are a specialized selection of sensory equipment and materials that may help clients adapt their responses to sensory stimulation and to advance education and therapy goals. Each Snoezelen construction is designed to offer individuals with special needs and challenging conditions the opportunity to exercise choice through action.
The Spaghetti Chewy Fidget toy is designed for children with a Learning Disability, Autism, ADD/ADHD, or any child who has trouble sitting still and/or paying attention or those persons who need to keep their fingers busy. The Spaghetti Chewy Fidget provides an outlet for chewing, biting, manipulating and touching. Clip-on for easy travel. Colorful surface. Multiple colors available. A chewy, a fidget, and a manipulative all-in-one. Wash with antibacterial soap. Ages 4 and up.
The SPOT Gen3 is a GPS tracker designed for users with Alzheimer's, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other cognitive disabilities. The device is GPS tracker using 100% satellite technology. It's customized tracking allows the user to change the rate tracks are sent to 2½, 5, 10, 30 or 60 minutes. A vibration sensor tells SPOT to send the user's GPS location when they are moving and to stop when they do. This conserves battery power and avoids sending duplicate tracks. SPOT Gen3 will send track mess
The Stained Glass Coloring Book is designed to capture colorists’ attention with its intricate designs as well as to exercise fingers or to do a fine motor exercise with an occupational therapist. Comes with 50 high resolution stained glass patterns, each printed on its own page and designed for colorists of all ages. Exercises fine motor abilities. Designed patterns are square, round, and rectangular.
The Standard MedicAlert Pendant Necklace is an identification tag designed for use by individuals with asthma, diabetes, hemophilia, epilepsy, or autism. The pendant features personalized engraving on the back of the medical ID which can communicate your allergies, implanted devices, treatment instructions, and underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, dementia, or heart conditions. the standard stainless steel pendant features a simple design characterized by MedicAlert’s logo. This neckl
The STI GL300 Real-Time GPS Tracker is a tracker that monitors location with pinpoint accuracy and goes anywhere discreetly and provides real-time updates. It can be used for older adults with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, or users with other disabilities who tend to wander.
These stretchy chewy bracelets are designed for individuals that have a problem sitting still or have a disability in which they need to chew on something or that causes that individual to grind their teeth, such as Down Syndrome or Autism.
The Talking Calculator is designed for use by those individuals who have a visual impairment or for individuals who find an auditory learning style helpful. It can be used without or with sounds. English only. Offers complete speech of the numbers. For example, if reading the number 78, it would say, "seventy-eight". It also offers digit-by-digit speech, where the number 78 would be read, "seven-eight". Volume control. Mute option. Angled display. Two triple-A (AAA) batteries included.
The Teaching Emotions Toolkit is a bundle designed for children with disabilities to learn about emotions as well as regulation. It contains all the resources users need to give children an emotion vocabulary, help them to better understand what they are feeling and what to do with those feelings. This toolkit gives intentional teaching of emotional intelligence. These resources are a non-threatening and fun way to improve their emotional IQ skills in the home or in the classroom. These activiti
The Activity Pillow is designed especially for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. High-quality, padded mat straps onto any bed or tray. Each item is permanently attached to prevent swallowing or loss. Activities include zipping, buttoning, hook and loop fastening, and buckling. Machine washable. Rests comfortably on lap.
The Berenstain Bears Learn to Share Game is a board game with four pawns and die, based on a classic story, and designed to teach children (ages 4 and up) how to share, what good manners are, and the consequences of bad behaviors. Players drop the die down the treehouse and move their pawn (either Brother Bear, Sister Bear, Lizzy, or Cousin Freddie, across the board until a player reaches Mama and Papa Bear. Set includes 16 get in trouble cards, 16 do something nice cards, game board, tree house
The Everyday-Life Reading & Writing (Binder 1) is a 3-ring open and close binder that is an educational tool or resource designed to help children with Autism develop reading skills along with everyday life skills, which special learners need to practice in order to master. Made for easy for copying. Each section is tabbed with a label. There is a CD that has printable pages. Some of the tasks covered in this binder include: reading the newspaper, instructions, schedules, websites, and email
The Incredible Flexible You Curriculum Set is a step-by-step guide intended for students or children, ages 4 to 7, with autism to improve, teach, and support social learning, problem solving skills, and social/emotional thinking, including how to think about the thoughts of others. The curriculum includes the following:
The Time Tracker Mini is designed for preschool and elementary school students who have time management challenges as it helps children manage their time during school and home activities. Offers visual and auditory indicators with 2 dials: total alarm time and warning time. The Time Tracker Mini quietly counts down and when time is up, the colored light glows and the alarm sounds. Mute option available to mute sound and use only the light as an indicator. Warning feature signals a few minutes b
The Token Economy Behavior System is a method designed for teachers to help manage students behavior. The teacher will begin each activity or subject by having the students choose a picture of the reinforcer they would like to earn as a reward for good behavior, such as a handful of popcorn, a piece of paper to draw on, snuggles with a teddy bear, etc. Some students require a smaller field of choices. Use individual choice boards for students who aren't able to handle such a large field. This st
The TR2 Patient Alarm, 10/cs is designed for persons with severe medical disabilities who may roll or fall from a laying down or seated position and need to be monitored, although these individuals may be otherwise mostly independent. Alarm is on after the cable is put in place and lock-and load switch is closed to hold battery sensor cables in place. Device is triggered when he switch is opened and alarm sounds. Chime or Alarm alert options. Two concealed reset buttons must be simultaneously pr
Tranquility: OCD Support App is designed to be used by individuals who have OCD. This product helps individuals manage symptoms, provides useful axiety management resources, allows users to keep a record of OCD/anxiety symptoms, which can then be shared with therapists, and gives users OCD and anxiety support in the form of a mobile app.
The Climbing Wall is designed for children with little coordination, poor motor planning skills, and weak muscles to develop those skills along with confidence and muscle tone. Buyers are to send into Fun and Function their room dimensions and the child’s or children’s age range. Fun and Function will customize the wall accordingly. WeeKidz® Traverse Wall is a child friendly version of the traditional traverse wall. Children are supported by large red and yellow hand holds in a variety of shapes
The Trax Play is a GPS tracker GPS tracker that works with an app that can be used to track children, elderly, or people with disabilities who tend to wander off. It can be used for elderly individuals who suffer from disorienting diseases like Alzheimer’s or Dementia, or individuals with Autism, Down syndrome, or other special needs. The listens to multiple satellites and send its position, speed, and direction through the 2G cellular network directly to the App.
--- CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To adapt a standard walker for more efficient use outdoors. A larger lower inverted-U shaped crossbar was added to the front of the walker and large double casters with tires were attached to this bar to ensure proper tracking, while still maintaining the push-down braking action. In addition, the angle and position of the handgrips were adjusted by cutting a piece of steel that slides into the existing handle and drilling a hole in the new piece to hold it in p
The Yes/No Tiles is a prototype designed for users with physical or mental disabilities that encourages the user to participate and perform better in their daily life activities. To use, the therapist asks a question, and then the user answers out loud while holding up the corresponding yes/no card. The "Yes" card has designs imprinted on it from a smiley face, sunshine smiley face, check mark, and thumbs up. The "No" card has designs imprinted on it from a large x, strike through circle, and th