(Rec & Leisure & Daily Living) Tash Grasp Switch: Mechanical switch. A single switch that can be held in the palm of the hand and operated by squeezing the rubber hand grip. For students who may only have use of hand(s).
Signs are really low-tech assistive technology. They can easily be placed on the ground for people who have a hunch. They are not able to look to the sides or upward therefore having the signs on the floor will allow them to know where to go.
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(Rec & Leisure & Daily Living) Large Adjustable Pressure Switch: Some users are only able to exert the lightest of pressure to press a switch. Others users prefer a firm pressure to cut down on unwanted presses. For students with physical limitations.
COMTEK AT-216 Personal FM Assistive Listening System: this system can be utilized between a teacher and student. Student will wear an ear piece that intensifies the speech from the teacher through the use of a microphone and FM waves.
Using errorless teaching for writing instruction. I love this because students are practicing over and over with no mistakes. That means that they are building confidence in their writing skills, they are developing positive experiences with writing, and they are not practicing errors.
World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White