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1-2-3-4-5 Ring Counter (Model G2011)

The 1-2-3-4-5 Ring Counter, model G2011, is a math skills game for children with learning and physical disabilities. The toy consists of a plain hardwood block with five vertical posts of varying height and 15 colored wood rings. The numerals one through five are painted on the side of the block in five different colors corresponding to the ring colors. Children must place the rings, grouped by color to correspond to each numeral painted on the block, on the correct post. The game teaches simple

1-2-Bee Counting Hive

The 1-2-Bee Counting Hive is an educational toy designed for use with children with cognitive or vision disabilities. With two modes of play, Winnie the Pooh and the Counting Hive help children learn to count. In counting mode, the child puts the blocks in the bucket and hears Pooh count the blocks up to 10. In quiz mode, Pooh asks the child to place a certain number of blocks in the bucket and rewards the child for correct responses. The toy has a carrying handle and includes 10 blocks.

100 Hoops Basketball Counting Game

The 100 Hoops Basketball Counting Game is an educational game designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities or eye-hand coordination disabilities. This game teaches numbers in both English and Spanish; counting from one to one hundred; skip counting by twos, fives, and tens; counting backwards; goal setting; and physical coordination and skills. The game features rally sounds and a cheering crowd for encouragement and enables the user to select a counting mode and language

123 Order - Lite

123 Order – Lite is a perceptual training and math skills tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad or an Android device to teach a child number sequencing using a set of three or four numbers. Full number sequences are shown in a training session, and then the child is asked to identify the last number in a sequence, c

7-Message Take Or P:ace N' Talk Go! Board (Model 3347)

The 7-Message Take or Place N' Talk Go! Board, model 3347, is a direct selection communicator and educational toy designed for use by children with communication disabilities. This unit features seven light-sensitive compartments. When an object or picture is removed from a compartment, a photo cell activates a recorded seven 35-second messages. Messages can be recorded as needed and recessed compartments on the front panel can hold pictures, symbols, or objects (not included). The pocket on th

A Touch Of Music

A Touch of Music is an auditory training activity designed for use with individuals with cognitive, sensory, and neurological disabilities. This portable board also encourages gross motor movement. The wooden board features a built-in carrying handle and a stand. Mounted to the board are cymbals, a drum, a bugle horn, a call bell, and an eight-note xylophone. Mallets are include with the set.

A-Z Panels

A-Z Panels are tactile puzzles designed to teach letters and numbers and enhance fine motor skills for individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities. This puzzle helps children to master letter shapes and sequence with tall letters that fit into a square frame. The high contrasting colors (blue on yellow and yellow on blue) are ideal for children with low vision. It also encourages the development of organizational skills ans promotes fine hand movement and manipulation. There are

Aamr Adaptive Behavior Scale-School: Second Edition (Abs-S:2)

The AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scale-School: Second Edition (ABS-S:2) is a cognitive evaluation system designed for use by children with cognitive disabities, autism, or behavior problems. It can be used to assess the functioning of children being evaluated for evidence of mental retardation, for evaluating adaptive behavior characteristics of children with autism, and for differentiating children with behavior disorders who require special education assistance from those with behavior problems who

Abacus Basic Competency: A Counting Method (Models 7-00219-00 & 5-00219-00)

"Abacus Basic Competency: A Counting Method," by Susan M. Millaway, is an instructional manual designed for teaching skills in performing the four basic math operations on the abacus to children and adults who are blind or have low vision. It comes in a large print edition, model 7-00219-00, and a braille edition, model 5-00219-00. The braille edition is 102 pages. This manual employs both instruction and exercises to teach abacus skills, using the Counting Method rather than traditional indirec

Abc Carpet

The ABC Carpet is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. The set includes the carpet with a square representing each letter of the alphabet (upper and lower case) and a corresponding picture and a set of matching square pieces. Designed to encourage coordination development and matching and letter-recognition skills, the carpet and pieces are crafted of 100 percent polyester double stitched over dense foam backing. The carpet folds for storage and a zippered

Abc's & Numbers (Model 550Fp)

ABC's and Numbers, model 550FP, is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to teach to recognize letters and numbers for individuals with a learning disability. The set features 36 full color picture cards with all the letters of the alphabet in lower case and numbers one through ten.

Abc's Of Braille (Model 5-00200-00)

ABCs of Braille, by Bernard Krebs, model 5-00200-00, is a manual for teaching braille designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille textbook provides a simplified introduction to the characters and rules of English braille. The plan and layout of instructional materials are designed to assist both the teacher and the student.

Accessible Aquarium

PROTOTYPEPURPOSE: To create more engaging, dynamic exhibits for museums science centers, zoos, and aquaria for individuals with visual impairments. The Accessible Aquarium project combines the fields of psychology, computing, music, and assistive technology to develop cutting-edge bio-tracking and behavior- analysis techniques to provide input for multimedia auditory displays, music, and sonifications (use of sound to convey information about data to the listener). The first adaptation is for u

Accessible Testing System

Accessible Testing System (ATS) is a voice output test program designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision, learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, or fine motor disabilities. This testing software features computer generated speech, with a choice of voices for test content and software functions; high resolution magnification up to 16 times original size; adjustable background and text colors; on-screen highlighting by word, sentence, and section; synchronized text and

Acereader Pro

AceReader Pro is a reading tutorial program designed for use by students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, low vision, or auditory or visual discrimination disabilities. This program uses two presentation methods to help the user learn to read more fluently by taking in multiple words at one time. In Rapid Serial Visual Presentation mode, text is displayed in the center of the text area, allowing the user to read without moving his or her eyes. In Tachistoscopic Scroll Presentation mode, te

Activity Trainer

Activity Trainer is a lesson authoring program designed for use by teachers of children with autism or learning disabilities. This software program makes the Video Modeling teaching method practical for the classroom and home. It enables teachers to use videos to teach almost any targeted activity or skill, from simple to complex. The program includes a library of activities (Academic, Communication, Social, Speech, Non Verbal Imitation, Self Help, and others), which can be customized or modifie

Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Second Edition (Abas-Ii)

The Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Second Edition (ABAS-II), by Patti Harrison and Thomas Oakland, is a test designed for use in assessing adaptive skills functioning of children or adults with cognitive disabilities. This assessment can be used to determine how an individual is responding to daily demands; develop treatment and training goals; determine eligibility for services and Social Security benefits; assess individuals with intellectual disability (ID), learning difficulties, ADD/A

Adjective Cards

Adjective Cards are photo cards designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 35 coated cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training and provides clear full-color photographs of children designed to aid in learning words and concepts to describe the external world. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 x 5 inches.

Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Third Edition (Asq-3)

Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Third Edition (ASQ-3) is a developmental assessment system designed to screen infants and young children for developmental delays during the first five years of life. Parents complete the illustrated 30-item questionnaires at designated intervals, assessing children in their natural environments to ensure valid results. Each questionnaire can be completed in 10 to 15 minutes and covers five key developmental areas: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem

Ages & Stages Questionnaires: Social-Emotional (Asq:se)

The Ages & Stages Questionnaires: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE) is a developmental assessment system designed for use in evaluating children at risk for emotional disabilities or behavioral problems. This child monitoring system is focused exclusively on children’s social and emotional behavior. Parents complete the illustrated questionnaires, which screen seven key behavioral areas: self-regulation, compliance, communication, adaptive functioning, autonomy, affect, and interaction with people.

All About Materials

All About Materials is a language and science tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. To rescue the king in the weird and wobbly land of the Green Jelly, children must know the nature of materials from metal to fabric. Sorting and matching activities, simulations of objects floating and sinking, and experiments with magnetism are some of the ways users interact with the program. Special features include a notepad with talking word banks, narrated tex

All About Number At Level 1

All About Number at Level 1 is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program uses colorful pictures and animations to bring math concepts to life. Concepts covered include counting to ten, ordering and reading numbers, adding and subtracting, making patterns, developing one-to-one correspondence, and simple problem solving. Word lists encourage children to write about numbers on the notepad. The program offers full audio support

All About Number At Level 2

All About Number at Level 2 is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities.This program uses colorful pictures and animations to bring math concepts to life. Concepts covered include counting to twenty, counting in twos and fives, odd and even numbers, reading and ordering numbers, place value, doubles, estimating, and addition and subtraction. Word lists encourage children to write about numbers on the notepad. The program offers full audi

All About Ourselves

All About Ourselves is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Young readers and pre-readers use simple drag-and-drop activities to create Venn diagrams, pictograms of eye colors and birthday months, and jigsaw puzzles of body parts. Sequencing, sorting, and labeling activities incorporate topics such as growing up and eating well. Early readers explore the senses and express their thoughts and preferences with the aid of word banks. Full

All About Series Library Pack

The All About Series Library Pack is a language, math skills, and science tutorial program set designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. This six-title set offers speech support and word banks make the programs accessible to both early and non-readers. Titles in the set include All About Ourselves, All About Weather and Seasons, All About Shape and Space, All About Materials, All About number at Level 1, and All About Number Level 2 (each also sold separately; see sepa

All About Shape And Space

All About Shape and Space is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Matching, sorting, symmetry, and pattern-making activities introduce learners to basic concepts as they work with two- and three-dimensional shapes. Audio support assists in developing of informational processing and communication skills. Quizzes and opportunities to write about shapes using extensive word banks cdomplete the activities. COMPATIBILITY: The CD-ROM includes

All About Weather And Seasons

All About Weather and Seasons is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Young readers and pre-readers discover answers to questions about the seasons and weather as they interact with the colorful, animated pages of the program. The program offers full speech support and fully supported with narrated instructions and talking stories. Fun, simple games and activities allow children to explore how weather relates to people, their surroundin

All By Myself

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To help children with fine motor and grasping difficulties turn the pages of a book. Materials Needed: Book, several empty daily lens cases, adhesive (glue or tape). Instructions: 1. Determine how many contact lens cases will be need for the selected book. 2. Attach one contact lens case to a page using either glue or tape. If using glue, allow the first to dry on the page before attaching the next contact lens case. Ways to Adapt this Activity: Atta

Allowance Game--A Consumer Math Game

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.

Alpha Sequence - Autism Series

Alpha Sequence – Autism Series is a perceptual training and pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to learn sequencing of letters. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections, each with separate "Learn" and "Play" parts. The app shows pictures of individua

Alpha-Go-Round

The Alpha-Go-Round is an educational toy designed for use by children ages 3 years and up who have fine motor, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. The toy is completely self-contained with no removable parts. By sliding the attached letter tiles around the track and into position above the attached Alpha-Go-Round Alphabet Book, the child not only learns letter recognition and to spell age-appropriate words, but develops eye-hand coordination and manipulative skills. The book has a write-a

Alphabet Pal

Alphabet Pal is an educational toy designed for use by children between 12 and 36 months of age with cognitive or learning disabilities. This talking caterpiller pull toy features flashing antenae and 26 colorful legs, each marked with a letter of the alphabet. When the switch at the caterpillar's neck is at the first position, pressing on a leg causes's the corresponding letter to be announced. When the switch is in the second position, children hear the phonic sound of the letter on the leg th

Alphabet Puzzle

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To assist children with cognitive, learning, severe physical, or neurological disabilities with alphabet and shape recognition and fine motor development. Simple four- to ten-piece cardboard puzzles with puzzle boards were adapted by fastening self-adhesive Velcro on the puzzle pieces. Lowercase alphabet letters are placed on the puzzle pieces and corresponding uppercase letters are placed on the puzzle board. When the student matches the letters and places the

Alphabet Toss 'n' Play Activity Set

The Alphabet Toss 'N' Play Activity Set is a bean bag game designed for use by children with upper extremity or perceptual disabilities. The set includes a vinyl floor mat, four canvas bean bags, a game and activity book, and a storage box. The double-sided floor mat is printed with bright graphics with the entire alphabet in a large center square; the square is framed by pictures corresponding to each letter. The reverse side of the mat is printed with a triangular board divided into five numb

Alphabets Cursive Upper Case

Alphabets Cursive Upper Case is a pre-reading tutorial and writing skills training program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to recognize cursive uppercase letters. The app has three sections: training, trial, and reinforcement. Pictures of cursive uppercase letters along with audio prompts are show

Alphabets Upper Case - Autism

Alphabets Upper Case – Autism is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to recognize uppercase letters. The app has three sections: training, trial, and reinforcement. Pictures of uppercase letters along with voice prompts are shown one by one on the screen in the training

Alphaboxes

DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To teach braille letter recognition to pre-readers. The activity uses a container with six compartments to represent a braille cell (a muffin tin or a plastic box divided into three rows of two compartments each).Children arrange objects starting with the corresponding letter in the compartment(s) to match the pattern of the braille letter. The number of items used corresponds to the number of dots that form the letter. For example, one plastic apple might represent the

Analog Clock Model

Analog Clock Model is a clock designed for children with low vision. Helps teach about time-telling concepts. Has Braille and raised print markings and hands that are easily rotated. The hands are synchronized like those on an actual clock.Analog Clock Model is a clock designed for childern.

Andds

ANDDS is a developmental assessment program designed to screen infants and young children for developmental delays during the first three years of life. A parent can use this application (or app) as a screening test to examine his or her child’s development. The app allows the parent to answer a series of "Yes" or "No" questions about the child's development at ages 8 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, and 24 to 36 months. ANDDS will give results that indicate whether the child is at risk

Animal Habitats

Animal Habitats is a fully inclusive academic tutorial program designed to enhance language, reading, writing, speech, and cognitive skills for children in primary grades with developmental and physical disabilities. This collection of educational activities features a range of integrated support materials to effectively use the computer as a whole language tool in the classroom. This program uses an original story to introduce users to five habitats: the jungle, the desert, the grasslands, the

Animal Soundtracks

Animal Soundtracks is an auditory game designed for use with children with neurological, auditory processing, and developmental disabilities. This lotto game includes clear pictures of animals on four multi-pictured cards, place markers, and a well-paced cassette tape of corresponding sounds.

Antonyms And Synonyms

Antonyms and Synonyms is a language tutorial program designed to include twenty lessons for vocabulary development. Two types of lessons are included. The first type uses words to teach opposites and similarities; the user must select the opposite of a target word from a list of words, and then select the synonym of the target word from the same list. In the second type, users are asked to indicate whether two target words are antonyms or synonyms. Ten graded lessons of each type are included. P

Application Clicker (Models Sm-32, Sm-32R, Sw-32, & Sw-32R)

Application Clicker is a cause and effect lesson authoring program designed for use in creating learning activites for children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This program can be used for making cause/effect activities from websites, DVDs, videos, or music. The program opens a window on the left of a screen on which the target is open. The user then positions the cursor over the desired target and presses S to start the counter. The program clicks on the Play link, which changes

Art For All Language Kit (Model Lk-Aa)

Art for All Language Kit, model LK-AA, is a painting and drawing activity and language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with cognitive disabilities. Concepts addressed are art tools and how they are used, colors, and counting and graphing using M & Ms. The kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols; an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech, and sound; and a songboard, word

Articulate It!

Articulate it! is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities. The application (or app) comes with over 1,200 images in all sounds of the English language, audio recordings for every word present in the program, and all phonemes of the English language. A child can practice saying sounds on his/her own by repeating the voice in the program and skip imag

Articulation Station

Articulation Station is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by children or adults who have communication or speech disabilities or autism and by speech and language therapists and parents working with these people. The application (or app) includes one target sounds, /p/, in the initial, medial and final positions of words, sentences and stories and features 60 target words. This app offers six activities to teach and reinforce the correct pronunciation of

Articulation Station Pro

Articulation Station Pro is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by children or adults who have communication or speech disabilities or autism and by speech and language therapists and parents working with these people. The application (or app) includes 22 target sounds in the initial, medial and final positions of words, sentences and stories. The majority of sounds (p, b, m, d,n, t, k, g, f, v, ch, j, z, sh, th) have 60 target words each, and some sounds (

Artikpix

ArtikPix is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities. The application (or app) allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to practice sounds in words and sentences with a therapist, parent, or independently. The program can be used to collect scores in flash cards on up to four children at a time and contains a deck of 40 “th” cards. A

Artikpix - Full

ArtikPix – Full is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities. The program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to practice sounds in words and sentences with a therapist, parent, or independently. The program can be used to collect scores in flashcards on up to four children at a time and contains 21 decks with 40 cards each (exce

Asl Tales And Games For Kids 1: Woof Woof Way

ASL Tales and Games for Kids 1: Woof Woof Way is an American Sign Language (ASL) training program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This is the first in a CD-ROM series with stories that happen in the neighborhood of Paws, the signing dog. Each piece of software in the series contains three stories and 10 games. In addition to Paws, there is a central group of characters (neighborhood children), most of whom are deaf, hard of hearing, or multiply disabled, and represe

Assessment, Evaluation, And Programming System (Aeps) For Infants And Children

Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System (AEPS) for Infants and Children, Second Edition, is a developmental evaluation system designed for use in assessment of children from birth to six years who have disabilities or are at risk for developmental delays. Professionals can use the system to assess and monitor six key developmental areas in young children: fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, adaptive, social-communication, and social. The assessment helps identify educational targets tailo

Assist With Windows Tutorials

ASSIST With Windows Tutorials are audio computer training tutorials designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The tutorials provide keyboard instruction for using popular Windows programs like Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Corel WordPerfect, and Internet Explorer in conjunction with a screen reader program, either JAWS For Windows from Freedom Scientific or Window-Eyes from GW Micro (not included). Lessons include screen reader strategies and step-by-step keystroke exerci

Autism & Pdd: Associations Interactive Software (Model N44-0-Ws)

Autism & PDD: Associations Interactive Software, model N44-0-WS, is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with autism or pervasive developmental disorder. This program teaches 45 pairs of things that go together in five computerized stories with animation and sound effects. Stories star a character called Buddy Bear. The program uses common everyday objects to teach association skills. Users are asked questions about the associations, with three response choices included f

Autismate

AutisMate is a language, vocabulary, independent living, and personal skills tutorial program and a behavior training program designed for use by parents, teachers and therapists working with children with communication, cognitive, learning or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) offers a comprehensive approach to development of communication, behavior and social skills. AutisMate includes a content library of videos, stories, visual schedules, scenes, and over 10,000 symbols

Babbles To Books: First Sounds Bee

The Babbles to Books: First Sounds Bee is an educational toy designed for use by children ages three months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This soft bee introduces babies to sounds, words, and songs that relate to their natural babbling, one of the building blocks of language development. When the child bats at the bee or turns the soft wings like the pages of the book, the child is rewarded with lights, sounds, and music. A story and guidebook are in

Babbles To Books: Mouse's Word House

The Babbles to Books: Mouse's Word House is an educational toy designed for use by children ages six months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This toy takes the child on a tour of the house with the friendly mouse. The doors open like turning the pages of a book, and depending on which setting is chosen, the child is rewarded with word rhymes or rhythmic songs. The child can also enjoy bysy activities such as dropping the mouse down the chimney or throug

Babbles To Books: Silly Sentence Caterpillar

The Babbles to Books: Mouse's Word House is an educational toy designed for use by children ages twelve months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This toy helps children discover how words and sounds are joined to form sentences. The child turns the pages on the sections of the caterpillar and is rewarded with sounds, pictures, and lights. Settings enable selection of early words, adjectives, or full sentences. A story book and language development games

Baby Smartronics Musical Fingerpaint

The Baby Smartronics Musical Fingerpaint is an educational toy designed for use by children ages nine months and up with neurological, fine motor, or cognitive disabilities. This baby-sized easel can be set up at a 45-degree angle or used flat, and features a special "goop" surface that enables the child to fingerpaint or create designs with the four included drawing tools without mess. In addition, when the surface is touched, three Calypso-style songs play. The music stops when touch is remove

Back To School Language Kit (Model Lk-Bts)

The Back to School Language Kit, model LK-BTS, is an academic skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This program teaches children about school schedule and activities, friends, and school rules. The kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines, with Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (Boardmaker; see entry) to provide visual support; an interactive computer book combining text, pictures

Balls In A Bowl

Balls in a Bowl is an educational toy designed for young children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This toy features a large, plastic fishbowl-style bowl with a round, childproof rim with three clear spinner balls inside. Removing the balls an putting them back in helps develop coordination and reinforces such concepts as inside and outside and bigger and smaller. A play and learning guide is included.

Base Trainer (Model Bt-4)

Base Trainer, model BT-4, is a direct selection communicator and perceptual training activity designed for use by children with communication or speech disabilities. This augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device has four pockets holding switch plates in an in-line layout. Four audio messages can be recorded (up to 8 seconds per message) and played back by pressing one of the plates. To help users with object discrimination, picture cards and/or objects can be placed on an elevated

Basic Human Anatomy

Basic Human Anatomy is a braille textbook and tactile graphics set for anatomy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This volume contains tactile drawings of cross-sections of the head and brain; nose, mouth and throat; teeth; respiratory tract; heart; digestive system; villus; urinary tract; kidney; nephron; nerve cell; eye; ear; skin; male and female reproductive systems; and a fetus in the womb. Each of these drawings has braille labels. There are 31 pages in total

Basic Science Tactile Graphics

Basic Science Tactile Graphics are designed for children with low vision. Basic Science Tactile Graphics drawings depict objects, concepts, and relationships that are covered in nearly all elementary science textbooks. The drawings in Basic Science Tactile Graphics employ several types of lines and textures, as well as different heights.

Basic Signing Flash Cards

Basic Signing Flash Cards are boxed sets of 100 color cards designed to teach basic signs to children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Three sets are available, each depicting the sign for a specific word. The Beginning Signing Primer set includes signs and vocabulary for colors, days, months, time, weather and family members. Both Set A and Set B of the Basic Signing Vocabulary decks include simple vocabulary words with their associated signs. DIMENSIONS: Cards are 4 x 6 inches.

Basic Tactile Anatomy Atlas (Model 1-08845-00)

The Basic Tactile Anatomy Atlas, model 1-08845-00, is a tactile graphics set for anatomy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This two-volume set of thermoformed graphics provides a comprehensive overview of the human body. It features illustrations of major groups and systems, including the skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, and reproductive systems. The thermoforms have braille and print labels and brief braille descriptions. An instruction manual in regu

Behavior Assessment System For Children, Second Edition (Basc-2)

The Behavior Assessment System for Children, Second Edition (BASC-2), is a behavioral assessment designed for use in evaluating children and adolescents with cognitive, emotional, or learning disabilities. This assessment can be used by school and clinical psychologists to differentiate between hyperactivity and attention problems. It can identify behavior problems as required by IDEA and can be used for the development of FBAs, BIPs, and IEPs. It has multiple scales and forms that assess child

Behavioral Characteristics Progression - Bcp

Skills assessment, instructional and communication tool for Individual Educational Program (IEP) preparation. Assessment: provides comprehensive chart or list of pupil behavior, to assist in identifying behavioral characteristics, skills and objectives. Instructional: aids in developing individualized and appropriate objectives and instructional strategies and activities for each pupil. Communication: Reading device. Can be used throughout schooling to display progress and help communicate this

Birthday Party Cake Kit (Model 1202)

The Birthday Party Cake Kit, model 1202, is an educational toy designed for use with children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This kit features cake slices with candles numbered one through five for counting. As each cake piece is put in to place, a red light shines on the center candle. When all slices are in place, multi-colored lights blink and "Happy Birthday" (sung by children) plays. The kit includes a five-piece cake, five numbered candles, five plates, a play camera, thre

Bitsboard App

Bitsboard App conglomerates a few games that are designed to help children with diverse disabilities including: learning and cognitive disabilities, blind and low vision among others. The app is also customize and allows the user to create their own boards (ABCs, numerals, colors, animals, emotions, class items, etc...) After the board is created, the user can select from a variety of different games to learn the concept. Many other apps can be added using this board.

Blunders Board Game

Blunders™ is a board game designed for children ages 5 and up who would benefit from learning polite behavior in an informal setting by identifying rude behavior from polite behavior, while learning appropriate responses to situations and scenarios. In this game the Blunder children, like real children, know that good manners will also help them make more friends, do better in school and develop self-confidence. Players of this manner-building board game join the Blunder family on their quest to

Bob Books #1 - Reading Magic

Bob Books #1 - Reading Magic is a reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder or language disabilities. This application (or app) is a phonics-based interactive game with a simple drag-and-drop interface that is designed to help children make the connection between letters and sounds, sound out simple words, and spell the words they have read. The game includes 12 scenes for a total of 32 wor

Bob Books #2 - Reading Magic

Bob Books #2 - Reading Magic is a reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder or language disabilities. This application (or app) is a phonics-based interactive game with a simple drag-and-drop interface that is designed to help children make the connection between letters and sounds, sound out simple words, and spell the words they have read. The game includes 12 scenes featuring 50 words. F

Body Keyboarding

Body Keyboarding is an educational game designed to teach the computer keyboard layout to children cognitive or physical disabilities. It also helps students develop skills in hopping, jumping, spatial awareness, form constancy, auditory and visual memory, directionality, laterality, and discrimination. Players engage in a variety of gross-motor activities using a large color-coded floor mat and four sets of activity cards. All activities can be modified to meet a wide range of ability levels an

Body Part Cards

Body Part Cards are photo cards designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 32 cards can be used for reading skill development, to learn body part identification, or for communication and provides clear full-color photographs of children pointing to a body part such as an ear, the chin, the chest, etc.. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 x 5 inches.

Books From The Braille Institute Press

Books from the Braille Institute Press are braille books designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. A wide range of titles are available for both children and adults, including titles for preschool children through young adult readers, textbooks for kindergarten through grade 12, books for college preparation, beginner braille books for adults, and recreational reading for adults. Over 1,100 children's titles are available, including both popular and classic fiction, biogr

Braille Alphabet Blocks

Braille Alphabet Blocks are a set of 27 embossed wooden blocks designed to teach the Braille alphabet, numbers, and math symbols to children who are blind or have low vision. Between them, the 27 blocks present four complete alphabets, along with Braille numbers, Braille math symbols, and animal pictures.

Braille Math Blocks

Braille Math Blocks are an educational toy designed to teach the Nemeth Braille Math Code to children who are blind or have low vision. A total of 16 embossed wooden blocks are included, with two complete sets of Braille numbers based on the Nemeth code; Braille mathematical symbols such as plus, minus, and equals signs; and animal pictures.

Braille-Large Print Protractor

Bold large print numbers and raised dots mark the 180 degrees of this protractor. This protractor features a pivoting wand. When aligned with a certain degree measurement, the corresponding angle is created by the wand and the bottom edge of the protractor. Includes print and braille instructions.

Brain Quest Braille / Large Type Edition (Models 6-17000-00, 6-17001-00 6-17002-00 & 6-17003-00,

Brain Quest Braille/Large Type Edition is a braille and large print educational game designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. Four braille/large print editions of this quiz game are available, with 1,000 questions in the areas of Science (model 6-17000-00), American History (model 6-17001-00), English (model 6-17002-00), and Geography (model 6-17003-00). Each model includes a deck of cards with questions and answers, and a score card set consisting of two reusable, brightly

Brainchild

The Brainchild is a handheld, electronic educational aid designed to offer the core benefits of computer instruction and evaluation. Its educational software on interchangeable cartridges includes assessment programs for grades 1 through 6, the Core Knowledge Sequence grade level curriculum and the Kaplan S.A.T. preparation. Dozens of other programs are being developed for basic skills, vocational education, G.E.D., English as a Second Language/bilingual, and special needs. The unit operates in

Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory Of Basic Skills - Student Braille Edition (Model 5-00000-00)

The Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills - Student Braille Edition, model 5-00000-00, is a braille assessment evaluation test designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This is a braille version of the Brigance Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills (Green), Revised 1999, a criterion-referenced inventory designed to assess the strengths and weaknesses of children from pre-kindergarten through grade nine in selected skills areas. The skill ar

Brigance Diagnostic Inventory Of Early Development - Aph Tactile Supplement (Model 5-17681-00)

The Brigance Diagnostic Inventory of Early Development - APH Tactile Supplement, model 5-17681-00, is a set of braille and tactile test materials designed to make the Brigance Diagnostic Inventory (Yellow), Revised 1991, an assessment evaluation test, accessible to children who are blind or have low vision. The Brigance Diagnostic Inventory (Yellow), Revised 1991, is a criterion-referenced, self-directed inventory designed to assess the level of mastery of selected skills in children from birt

Brigance Inventory Of Early Development–Ii (Ied–Ii)

The Brigance Inventory of Early Development–II (IED–II) is an early childhood assessment designed for use by children with developmental delays. The inventory serves as both a diagnostic instrument and a criterion-referenced classroom assessment. Features include normed and standardized options for key skill areas; social-emotional assessments; and functional skills sequences for assessing incremental gains. The inventory can be used to identify developmental age, pinpoint learning problems, mon

Brilliant Lights Ball (Model 2047)

The Brilliant Lights Ball, model 2047, is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This light and sound effects ball features a single button, a single lever, and a plastic body that can be moved around like a roly-poly. If children turn the lever, lights rotate in a circular pattern. If they push the button, fun laughter and more light effects entertain them. Four different activities and two different sound and light

Brilliant Lights Busy Board (Model 2048)

The Brilliant Lights Busy Board, model 2048, is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This activity board features a plastic base in the shape of a cross with two horizontal levers and one vertical lever. Each lever, similar in appearance to a small gum ball, can be pushed up or down to operate and control twelve different combinations of lights and sounds. When a child activates one or more of them at any given time

Brilliant Lights Phone (Model 2046)

The Brilliant Lights Phone, model 2046, is an educational toy designed for use by babies with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This telephone encourages telephone role play. A baby simply presses a button, speaks, and the phone plays back the baby's voice. Babies can also activate four different sounds randomly with the push of a button. Features include a large plastic handset,"record" and "answer" buttons, and ringing sounds. POWER: Uses three triple-A batteries (not inclu

Budget Town And Budget City (Model Bt-01Q & Bc-01Q)

Budget Town and Budget City, models BT-01Q and BC-01Q, are money management training systems designed to teach sequenced money skills to people ages 8 years old and up who have mental retardation or learning disabilities. Budget Town is the introductory game using color-coding, picture cues, and cash-only transactions to teach basic budget concepts. This game includes a game board, 48 pay/collect cards, 16 mail cards, money set, 1 die, 6 pawns, and instructions. Budget City is a more advanced tw

Build 1

Build 1 is a control switch training program designed for use with children with physical and cognitive disabilities. Accessible with a mouse or IntelliKeys (see separate entry), the program teaches the use of a single switch while introducing the concept of sequencing. The program presents familiar scenes missing key elements; the click of the switch adds a new element. When the task is successfully completed, the user is rewarded with an animated sequence. The program offers multiple settings

Build-A-Sentence

Build-a-Sentence is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, language disabilities, or hearing impairments, or adults with aphasia. This interactive program strengthens labelling of nouns, verbs, and objects and production of 2- and 3-part sentences. Features include graded levels of difficulty; use of high frequency everyday vocabulary; modification of vocabulary to suit user needs; practice nouns or pronouns

Buildability Software (Model Bu-07)

BuildAbility Software, model BU-07, is a lesson authoring progam designed for use by teachers of children with disabilities. With this authoring tool, teachers can create multimedia lessons and activities for reading, writing, math, and other curriculum topics, with drawings, pictures, text, video, and recorded sound. Files can be shared with other teachers and projects can be printed for off-computer use. Students can also use the software to create their own presentations. The program is touch

Business Cards For Learning Braille

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To help a first grade Braille student learn to read and spell Braille words. To convert an unused business card to this purpose, punch a hole in the top left corner and cut off the upper right corner of the card. Then, braille and print the word to be learned on the card. Finally, attach the card to a metal ring by putting the ring through the hole in the upper left corner. The ring can be attached to the student's bookbag. TITLE: Business Cards for Learning Bra

C-Speak Aphasia

C-Speak Aphasia is a language tutorial program designed for use by adults with aphasia. The program provides a complete set of boards for use with Boardmaker, Boardmaker Plus, or Boardmaker with Speaking Dynamically Pro version 5 or higher. Pictures are selected on screen and combined to create a message which can be written or spoken. Little or no reading comprehension or spelling ability is required. Some boards are designed to be customized for the individual. The program includes a training

C.l.a.s.s.

C.L.A.S.S. (Complete Language Approach to Social Skills) is a personal skills and safety awareness tutorial program designed for children who have cognitive or learning disabilities or autism. This program can be used to teach social skills and personal safety. The program's Ready-to-use Picture-Assisted Reading and Writing materials and activities provide repeated interactions with the concepts promoting internalization and generalization. This software has two separate units available for purc

Carolina Curriculum For Infants And Toddlers With Special Needs & Carolina Curriculum For Preschoolers With Special Needs

The Carolina Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs and Carolina Curriculum for Preschoolers with Special Needs are assessment and intervention programs designed for use with young children from birth to five years of age who have mild to severe disabilities. This criterion-referenced system seamlessly links assessment and intervention in two age-specific volumes. The system helps users in home-, school-or center-based environments evaluate a child’s progress in five developmenta

Cause And Effect

Cause and Effect is a set of cards with a situation on one side and possible solutions on the other, designed as a measurement tool for therapists, parents, teachers, etc. to measure the patient’s response.

Chang Tactual Diagram Kit (Model 1-03130-00)

The Chang Tactual Diagram Kit, model 1-03130-00, is a tactile map skills training kit designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This tactile aid enables teachers of orientation & mobility and other curricula to construct diagrams and maps using brightly colored plastic pieces that adhere to a dark felt board covered with hook and loop material. The kit includes flat geometric forms in 27 different shapes and sizes (104 total), a print instructoral guidebook, and a carryi

Chester Creek™ Headphones

Chester Creek Headphones are designed for children and adults who require noise cancelling headphones to cancel out background noise while working on a computer. These adjustable headphones are ideal for computer labs and speech classrooms. COLOR: Black. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Child Guidance Talking Phonics Blocks

The Child Guidance Talking Phonics Blocks is an educational toy designed to aid children with vision and learning disabilities in learning the alphabet and in learning early phonics and spelling skills. This set includes seven sculpted blocks with a raised picture and the corresponding three dimensional word on each face, using one face for each letter of the alphabet, and a schoolhouse base with smart electronics that enable the unit to recognize each picture on the blocks. The schoolhouse also

Child Guidance Talking Sentence Magnets

The Child Guidance Talking Sentence Magnets Set is an educational toy designed for use by children with communication and learning disabilities. Three sets, each with a different theme, are available. Each set includes a magnetic base with the beginning of a sentence on it and four separate pieces which, when put in place on the base, completes the sentence which is spoken by the unit. Each of the four pieces features an appropriate dimensional picture and the corresponding word. In addition to

Child-Guided Strategies For Assessing Children Who Are Deafblind Or Have Multiple Disabilities (Model 1-31001-00)

Child-Guided Strategies for Assessing Children Who are Deafblind or Have Multiple Disabilities, model 1-31001-00, is an instructor training program designed for use by teachers of children who are deaf-blind or have multiple disabilities. This interactive CD-ROM demonstrates strategies and techniques for assessing and teaching children with multiple disabilities through the use of video clips, questions pertaining to the video clips, discussion, and relevant literature. Comprehensive assessments

Children's Clothing Cards

Children's Clothing Cards are photo cards designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 34 cards can be used for matching, sorting, or communication and provides clear full-color photographs of various items of children's clothing, including sneakers, gloves, jeans, jackets, and more. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 x 5 inches

Chooseit! Maker 2

ChooseIt! Maker 2 is a lesson authoring program designed to enable teachers of children with learning, cognitive, upper extremity, and fine motor disabilities or spinal cord injury to create customized, switch-accessible choice training programs for their students. This program is similar to SwitchIt! Maker (see separate entry) but is intended to create activities for students who have advanced beyond cause and effect programs and need to begin to make choices. It enables teachers and other user

Cimo Can Spell

Cimo Can Spell is a voice output pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, speech, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) teaches a child 1,122 words. Most words can be sounded out using common phonics rules (i.e, grouped by short vowel, long vowel, Bossy R's and other vowel team words), and others do not follow those normal rules and must be memorized. This app also uses phonics to help the user learn new words b

Cimo Spelling (Sight Words)

Cimo Spelling (Sight Words) is a reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that teaches a combination of high frequency and sight words (from the Dolch Sight Word list). The list of 255 words was selected to cover words that a child encounters most often when learning to read (high frequency), including words that cannot be learned using pictures (sight wor

Circletime Tales

Circletime Tales is a language tutorial program designed to promote social interaction through computer animated stories and songs for children with physical or cognitive disabilities. It is a collection of three "hand-play" nursery rhymes using rhyming and repetition to teach basic concepts such as up and down, colors and counting. The program is constructed to work with Macintosh's Switch Interface or TouchWindow (see separate entry), a single switch, or a standard mouse; these controls allow

Circletime Tales Deluxe

Circletime Tales Deluxe is a language tutorial program on CD-ROM with accompanying learning materials designed to promote social interaction during group activities through three nursery rhymes for pre-school children. This animated computer program features pictures and text at the bottom of the screen. The text can be optionally highlighted word-by-word or phrase-by-phrase. The nursery rhymes include Eensy Weensy Spider, Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Five Little Ducks. English- and Spanish-speak

Clancy & Clementine, The Signing Bears

Clancy and Clementine, the Signing Bears are stuffed animals designed for children with hearing disabilities. Clancy wears a ribbon around his neck, has a large heart on his chest, and signs "I Love You." Clementine wears a hat with a pink flower, has a large heart on her chest, and signs "I Love You." COLOR: Clancy is brown with a red heart and ribbon. Clementine is light brown with a pink heart.

Classroom Button Kit

Classroom Calendar Kit (Models 1-18970-00 & 1-18973-00)

The Classroom Calendar Kit is a tactile and braille calendar designed for teaching time concepts to children who are blind or have low vision. This large wall calendar includes a raised-line grid and removable plastic labels for the year, names of the months, days of the week, and numerals one through thirty-one, as well as holiday and weather symbols. The high-contrast labels are also marked in braille. In addition to the time concepts of year, month, week, and date, the calendar can be used to

Classroom Suite Mathtutor

The Classroom Suite MathTutor is a math tutorial program for children with learning or cognitive disabilities. This add-on to the IntelliTools Classroom Suite (see separate entry) includes nearly 60 activities for approximately 12 hours of sequenced instruction, featuring targeted instruction in critical math skills. Classroom Suite MathTutor has six short units (approximately two weeks each) for flexible use. Its content supplements most core math curricula and aligns with national math standar

Classroom Suite Primary Skills Builders

The Classroom Suite Primary Skills Builders is an academic tutorial program for children with learning or cognitive disabilities. This add-on to the IntelliTools Classroom Suite (see separate entry)includes 12 customizable templates to create a variety of learning materials, including the following: accessible books that are easy to author with sounds and animation; math word problems with supported cuing and calculator for beginning addition and subtraction; comprehension tests that support stu

Classroom Suite Readingtutor

The Classroom Suite ReadingTutor is a reading tutorial program for children with learning or cognitive disabilities. This add-on to the IntelliTools Classroom Suite (see separate entry) covers all sight words on the Dolch pre-primer grade 2 list, as well as the 100 highest frequency words, focusing on phonemic awareness, phonics, and vocabulary through sight words as the basis of strong reading skills. It includes 398 activities that provide as much as 26 hours of sequenced, targeted instructio

Claudia's Kids

Claudia's Kids are sexuality education aids designed to assist children with cognitive disabilities in understanding their bodies. These soft dolls feature friendly, inviting faces; anatomically correct fingers, toes, and ears; and flaps on the stomach and back that open to reveal dimensional, realistic-looking organs and skeletal structures. Each doll also includes removable clothing, an organ finder backpack that stores a complete set of templates to allow children to explore the structures in

Clever Twist

Clever Twist is a motor planning skill activity designed for use with children with upper extremity disabilities. Available in Math or Spelling models (each sold separately), this educational game has the user rotate any combination of the unit's seven sections to line up the solutions to math problems, learn number formation, or work on counting skills or to spell more than 300 words correctly. Manipulating the game unit aids in the development of bilateral coordination and motor skill planning

Click And Create Articulation Board Games Software (Model N59-9)

Click and Create Articulation Board Games Software, model N59-9, is speech remediation game software designed for use by speech therapists to create board games for children with speech disabilities. The program contains thousands of words and pictures that represent all articulation sounds, and can be used to create personalized games that motivate students to practice. The user can add words to the master list and code them by sound, position, and number of syllables for use on game boards. Bo

Clicker Docs

Clicker Docs is a word prediction program, writing skills training program, and a reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for individuals at all ability levels, including children with learning disabilities, dyslexia, low vision, or cognitive disabilities. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad enables students to develop reading and writing skills. Students can use the child-friendly keyboard to type into the word processor and various speech options allow them to revie

Clozepro

ClozePro is a voice output, large print, and switch adapted testing program designed for use by students who need test-taking accomodations, including students with cognitive or learning disabilities, physical disabilities, blindness or low vision. This assessment tool enables a teacher in lower or upper elementary or secondary school to build a cloze activity from any text in any subject area. For standardized test preparation and alternate assessments, it provides the teacher with detailed inf

Cognitive Performance Test (Cpt)

Cognitive Performance Test (CPT) is a standardized performance-based assessment developed to determine baseline measurement and track changes in global functions in individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias. Consists of seven sub-tasks that measure a person's understanding of common Aids for Daily Living or ADL activities performed by adults: sorting medications, shopping for appropriate clothing, washing hands, preparing food, using the telephone, traveling from one location to another, a

Color & Shapes Game

The Colors & Shapes Game is an educational game designed for use with children with cognitive or perceptual disabilities. Children learn colors and shapes as they spin to collect tiles used to complete their individual gameboards. A mystery scene is revealed for each player, piece-by-piece, as they turn over and collectcolor and shape game tiles.

Color Shape & Lace

The Color Shape & Lace is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. The set includes a variety of lacing activities in a variety of shapes and formats. The activities also aid in development of fine motor, matching, and color identification skills. The pieces are machine washable and dryer safe and a zippered vinyl storage bag is included.

Colored Geo Form (Model G2004)

Colored Geo Form, model G2004, is an educational aid and math skills game for children with physical and learning disabilities. The game consists of a peg board and geometrically shaped wooden pieces grouped in size progression. Children must place the brightly colored pegs in the correctly shaped holes, thereby strengthening fine motor control and visual recognition skills. DIMENSIONS: The pegboard base measures 9.75 x 9.75 inches. The puzzle is (HxWxL) 3.75 x 10.25 x 9 inches. WEIGHT: 3.5 poun

Colorful Concepts Manipulatives

The Colorful Concepts Series, model CC-20Q, is a set of educational toys, training systems for matching/sorting/assembly, math skills training systems, and vocabulary tutorial programs designed to develop fine motor, direction-following, cooperative learning, attention, vocabulary, and discrimination skills in children with cognitive disabilities. The series is comprised of Colorful Words, model CC-10F ($29), Colorful Numbers, model CC-12F ($29), Colorful Clips, model CC-11F ($29), and Colorful

Colorful Dimensions (Model Cc-11F)

Colorful Dimensions, model CC-11F, is an educational toy and training system for matching/sorting/assembly designed to teach size, shape, and color discrimination. Plastic chips in six colors, three shapes, and two sizes encourage students to focus on relevant attributes while ignoring others and to decide whether two or more pieces are the same or different. The set includes 72 chips, 2 activity mats, marking pencil, storage box, and instructions. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete

Colorful Numbers (Model Cc-12F)

Colorful Numbers, model CC-12F, is an educational toy, a training system for matching/sorting/assembly, and a math skills training system designed to teach counting, number recognition, and addition to people with cognitive disabilities. Dice in three colors can be used for matching, counting, number recognition, and simple addition activities. The set includes 100 dice, 2 activity mats, marking pencil, storage box, and instructions. COLOR: The set includes red, green, and white dice. WARRANTY:

Colorful Numbers Software

Colorful Numbers Software is a letters and numbers program designed to teach number recognition and sorting for individuals with a cognitive or a physical disability. As part of the Colorful Concepts Series (see separate entry), this particular program uses dice and begins with word and number exercises, progressing to a number sorting game. The program is designed to be used in conjuntion with Colorful Numbers (see separate entry) for hands on experience and comes with a dozed dice in three col

Colorful Words (Model Cc-10F)

Colorful Words, model CC-10F, is an educational toy, vocabulary tutorial program, and training system for matching/sorting/assembly designed to teach color discrimination, matching, color vocabulary recognition, and coloring skills to children with cognitive disabilities. The set includes 24 labeled crayon bars in 12 colors, 2 activity mats for sorting and matching, reproducible coloring sheets, storage box, and instructions. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this

Communication Icon Galleries Cd-Rom

Communication Icon Galleries CD-ROM is a word catalog for speech therapists designed for use with Ke:nx, and Ke:nx On:Board, the Discover:Switch, or the Discover:Screen (see entries). This CD-ROM combines five icon libraries with more than 7,000 icons that can be altered to suit the user. The program is designed to locate icons by topic or name and contains MacinTalk II and MacinTalk II Pro text-to-speech voices designed for high-quality speech output from the computer; the user is also given th

Community Helpers 1 & Community Helpers 2 Language Kits (Models Lk-Ch1 & Lk-Ch2)

Community Helpers 1 and Community Helpers 2 Language Kits, models LK-CH1 and LK-CH2, are independent living and language tutorial programs designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. These kits help students identify people in the community who are helpers, where they work, and what they do. Each kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (see entry); an interactive computer book that c

Compass Assessment Software

Compass assessment software is an evaluation assessment test designed for use by professionals who provide services in computer access and augmentative communication. This software measures user performance in skills needed for computer interaction, such as keyboard and mouse use, navigating through menus, and switch use. Properly used, this software rnables the professional to: (1) diagnose difficulties with an existing interface;(2) compare client performance with candidate access systems; (3)

Comprehensive Assessment Of Spoken Language (Casl)

The Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language (CASL) is a speech and language assessment designed for use to evaluate children with speech or communication disabilities. This battery of 15 individually and orally administered tests enables the speech language therapist to identify language disorders and impairment as outlined by IDEA, including delayed language, oral language disorders, dyslexia, and aphasia. The tests measure language processing skills (comprehension, expression, and retrieva

Computer Fingers

Computer Fingers is an educational game program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The games enhance vocabulary and teach fingerspelling and phonics skills. In the Computer Game, players first explore the keyboard to see the relationship between upper and lower case letters, the manual alphabet, and cued letters, then choose a word to spell from three sets of 10 words each. Words come to life as they are spelled. In the Matchup Game, players match letters to handshapes

Concentrate! I On Words & Concepts

CONCENTRATE! I On Words & Concepts is a language, vocabulary enhancement, and memory improvement tutorial program designed to exercise short term memory, enhance word knowledge, foster cooperative play and provide recreational enjoyment for children and adults who have a developmental, physical, or language learning disability or autism, or adults with traumatic brain injury and aphasia. It is a series of educational games that reinforces the lessons of the Words & Concepts series (see s

Connect Four Communication Device

"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To provide a simple, low-cost communication board. The game's vertical frame enables players drop black or red disks into rows. The object is to get four of one color disks in a row, horizontally, vertically or diagonally before the opponent. To adapt it as a communication device, glue pictures or letters to both sides of the disks and drop them into the frame. Selections can be made by pointing. It can also be used as an educational tool by gluing shapes, p

Conversation Builder

Conversation Builder is an auditory perceptual and speech training program, a language tutorial program, and a personal and independent living skills tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad to help children learn how to have multi-exchange conversations with their peers in a variety of social setti

Converstation Board Game

ConverStation is an educational game system designed to teach conversation to adults, teens, and children with communication disabilities. This game incorporates effective topics into questions cards, with players taking turns engaging each other in conversation and learning the skills of turn-taking and personal communication. The game includes 240 question cards divided into four question categories: Wh- Questions; “If I...”; “Tell about...”, and; “How do you....” The question cards are sub-di

Count 'em Up (Model 96607)

Count 'Em Up is an educational toy designed for use by children with low vision or fine motor disabilities. The set includes ten large wooden numerals (0 through 9), each with stacking pegs built in to it. The pegs are located in such a way as to enable stacking only if the pieces are in the correct numerical sequence. A storage bag is included. COLOR: Each numeral is a different color.

Cue That Word!

Cue That Word! is a cued speech auditory-visual sign language training program designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Beginning cuers learn to cue and cue-read, using all hand shapes and locations with over 200 colorfully-illustrated simple words. Cues can be viewed in speed-adjustable animation or in real-time video. The user can choose whether to practice words grouped by vowels or subjects, and whether to play in "learn" or "game" mode. In the Cue-Reading Game, playe

Dance Beat Drum (Model 4412)

The Dance Beat Drum, model 4412, is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This see-through drum has lights, three large buttons with musical symbols to select three rhythmic modes, a switch to select from four different activity modes, and an on/off switch. In "drum" mode, children can tap out any rhythm and watch as fascinating light patterns appear on the top of the toy. In "funny" mode, Dance Beat Drum makes six r

Deluxe Rainbow Blocks (Model G3011)

Deluxe Rainbow Blocks, model G3011, are an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive and perceptual disabilities. Each of the 42 hardwood blocks in the set features a transparent plexi-glass window in the center in the shape of a triangle, rectangle, square, or half circle. Play with these blocks encourages motor skill and eye-hand coordination development and color and shape recognition. COLOR: The windows in the blocks are red, yellow, blue, or green. The blocks are natural

Desk Top Reading Stand

The Desk Top Reading Stand is a stand designed for individuals with low vision. This reading stand is made of durable white plastic. It is portable and holds reading material at a proper position for low vision users. Some features include adjustable page clamps and a built-in carrying handle. 

Detroit Tests Of Learning Aptitude-Primary, Third Edition (Dtla-P:3)

The Detroit Tests of Learning Aptitude-Primary, Third Edition (DTLA-P:3) is an assessment designed for use in evaluating individuals with learning disabilities or cognitive developmental disabilities. This individually administered measure of abilities and deficiencies comprises six subtests, measuring cognitive ability in areas such as language, attention, and motor abilities. It provides standard scores, percentile ranks, age equivalents, composite scores, a total score, and a general mental a

Developmental Test Of Visual Perception, 2Nd Edition (Dtvp-2)

The Developmental Test of Visual Perception, 2nd Edition (DTVP-2) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages four to ten years with learning, cognition, motor, or physical disabilities. Sub-tests include visual-motor speed, position in space, eye-hand coordination, copying spatial relations, figure-ground, visual closure, and form constancy. The sub-tests are grouped into two categories: motor-reduced visual perception and visual-motor integration. Scoring is recorded a

Developmental Test Of Visual-Motor Integration, Fourth Edition (Vmi-40), The

The Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integtation, Fourth Edition (VMI-4) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages three to 18 years of age with learning, cognition, visual-motor, and other disabilities. The test can also be used with adults with developmental delays. This test offers 27 forms to assess function, optional standardized tests to evaluate the relative contributions of visual perception and motor coordination to VMI-4 performance, and a visual- motor im

Dice With Holes & Cones

The Dice with Holes & Cones are eye hand coordination activities designed for use with children with physical and neurological disabilities. Each die surface features cones or holes that can be pushed in or pulled out. Each die also has sound. The two larger dice have handles for holding and carrying. The small and medium dice include a zippered vinyl storage bags. SIZES: Small and medium. DIMENSIONS: The small die is 4 x 4 inches and the medium is 8 x 8 inches. COLOR: Multi-colored.

Dino-Games

DINO-GAMES are academic tutorial programs designed for individuals with a learning disability. DINO-DOT is a collection of sot-to-sot games which enhance number concepts, counting, sequencing skills, and spacial perception. Games can be selected using patterns of three, six, nine or twelve dots. The mode of play, difficulty level, auditory feedback and scan speed can be controlled manually. DINO-FIND is a game of concentration that stimulates memory and pattern recognition and provides scanning

Discovery Puzzle Cube (Model 1582)

The Discovery Puzzle Cube, model 1582, is a tote-along puzzle cube with large pieces designed to teach beginning matching skills to children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. The toy is a plastic cube equipped with a handle and with a different activity on each side. The child must mix-and-match animal shapes, numbers, faces, and patterns to form complete pictures. This can be done by simply sliding the puzzle pieces up, down, and sideways. COLOR: This puzzle cube is white

Disney Smile 'n Play Shape Sorter

The Disney Smile 'N Play Shape Sorter is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children ages eighteen months and up with fine motor and neurological disabilities. The base of the toy is in the shape of Mickey Mouse's shorts and the carrying handle is in the shape of Mickey's ears. The eight blocks which fit in the sorter help teach shapes and colors, and four of the blocks feature Disney characters. The open/close door at the back of the shorts add to put and take play action.

DNA-RNA Kit

The DNA-RNA Kit is an interactive model designed for individuals with low vision. The DNA-RNA Kit is an accessible interactive model that demonstrates introductory molecular biology concepts, including the formation of single and double strands of DNA, DNA replication, and transcription of DNA to messenger RNA. The model consists of interlocking jigsaw puzzle-like pieces that represent nucleotides, which are the subunits of DNA and RNA. These subunits are accessible to all students and have colo

Dominoes

Dominoes are designed for use by children who have difficulty grasping or seeing standard small dominoes. These soft, foam-filled dominoes are non-toxic, machine washable, and dryer safe. The set includes 28 pieces and a zippered vinyl storage bag. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 10.5 x 6 inches.

Dps : Bcp

DPS:BCP is a software database version of the BCP (Behavioral Characteristics Progression) system developed by the Santa Cruz County Office of Education. The routines in the BCP help with assessment, objective setting, and instruction. This computerized version contains the behaviors and methods from 55 BCP goal areas, and permits data entry and progress tracking. Contact the manufacturer for more information on the uses of the BCP system. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe computers.

Dr. Peet's Picture / Writer

Dr. Peet's Picture / Writer is an academic tutorial program designed to develop early sight words, encourage simple sentence writing, promote hand/eye computer skills and nurture creativity for children who are developmentally disabled. This program joins writing and reading naturally. It guides first writers in creating simple sentences about things that are interesting to them. They simply click the mouse on pictures of people, clothes, vehicles, food, toys and music. The pictures turn into ta

Dragonfly

The Dragonfly is a toy designed for use by children with physical, neurological, and cognitive disabilities. This twistable toy features a posable body and vinyl loop wings for ease in grasping. DIMENSIONS: 9 inches long. COLOR: Purple and green.

Dress Up Moody Bear

Dress Up Moody Bear is a wood puzzle with large pieces designed for use with children with cognitive and neurological disabilities who are learning to express and recognize facial expressions. This puzzle comes in a wooden storage box and features a lid with a recessed form for the bear to be assembled on. The puzzle offers six mix-and-match outfits and six bear faces, each with a different facial expression.

Dressing Monkey (Model W39592)

The Dressing Monkey, model W39592, is a fine motor skill activity toy designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. This plush toy monkey is designed to aid in developing basic daily dressing skills. He comes colorfully dressed in complete attire offering eleven learn-to-dress activities. Attire includes removable socks, lace-up sneakers, a shirt, and overalls. Basic activities include practice in tying shoes, snapping straps, and zipping pockets. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long. COLOR:

Drive Along Play Car (Model 1008)

The Drive Along Play Car, model 1008, is a puzzle with large pieces and a sensory integration activity designed to teach beginning matching skills to children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This toy car features a plastic body with an oversized steering wheel on the back and a large key on the top. The horn honks and the windows can be rolled up. The key clicks when turned, and the engine revs when the car is pushed. Other features include a shape sorter in the hood. Whe

Dt Trainer

DT Trainer is an academic tutorial program designed for use by children with autism or cognitive or learning disabilities. This software is designed for independent use by students who are developmentally between the ages of 2 to 9, easily distracted or overloaded, not well self-directed or motivated, have difficulty following directions, require moderate to substantial repetition, and need maintenance of previously learned materials. The software is designed to motivate individuals to perform t

Early Counting Skills - Autism

Early Counting Skills – Autism is a perceptual training and math skills tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad or an Android device to teach a child to learn counting basic numbers from 1 to 5. The app first displays different amounts of beach balls along with corresponding numbers to illustrate the numbers to the child

Early Emerging Rules: Negation

Early Emerging Rules: Negation is a language tutorial and vocabulary enhancement program designed to train early grammatical constructions and facilitate the transition from single words to word combinations for individuals with developmental, visual, physical or language learning disabilities. The program uses speech, pictures, and animated characters and is intended as a follow-up to the vocabulary training provided by First Words, First Words II, and First Verbs (see entries). The six instruc

Early Learning Curriculum Online (Elcoo)

The Early Learning Curriculum Online is an academic tutorial, independent living skills and problem solving skills training program designed for use by parents and teachers working with pre-school children with cognitive, learning, or vision disabilities. This series of 43 online lessons can be used by parents and teachers at home or in school to instruct children about readiness and critical thinking skills in six areas - Math and Problem Solving Skills; Reading and Language Development; Develo

Early Learning I

Early Learning I is a perceptual training program designed for teaching recognition of colors, shapes, numbers, and letters to children with a learning disability. The program includes the following four lessons: Matching Colors, Learning Shapes, Counting Numbers, and Letter Match. All have the option of being controlled with: a keyboard, a mouse, a touch screen, IntelliKeys, or single- or dual-switch input. The program may be set to ask for a yes or no response with no as default value. A speec

Early Learning I Intellikeys Bundle

The Early Learning I IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Early Learning I (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of six overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program teaches identification of eight colors, eight shapes by sight and name, numbers from one through twenty, and upper and lower case letter

Edmark Functional Word Series - Fast Food/restaurant Words

The Edmark Functional Word Series - Fast Food/Restaurant Words is a consumer skills training system and independent living skills and consumer tutorial program designed to teach people with cognitive disabilities to recognize and read 100 words used in ordering a meal in a fast food or table service restaurant. It teaches the functional vocabulary necessary for independent living. Students learn new sight words, practice sight recognition, reinforce that recognition and associate the word with i

Edmark Functional Word Series - Grocery Words

Edmark Functional Word Series - Grocery Words is a consumer skills training system and independent living skills and consumer tutorial software program designed to teach individuals with cognitive disabilities to read and write grocery lists and to find items in the store. It teaches the functional vocabulary necessary for independent living. The lessons cover shampoo, flour, sugar, laundry detergent, and more. It teaches the functional vocabulary necessary for independent living. Students learn

Edmark Functional Word Series - Job/work Words

The Edmark Functional Word Series - Job/Work Words is a pre-vocational job skills training system, job readiness tutorial, and vocabulary enhancement software program designed to teach people with cognitive disabilities to read 100 words that may help them to get and keep jobs. It teaches the functional vocabulary necessary for independent living. Words covered include "file", "caution," "help wanted," "Hard Hat Area," and others. It teaches the functional vocabulary necessary for independent li

Edmark Functional Word Series - Signs Around You

Edmark Functional Word Series - Signs Around You is a safety awareness and language tutorial and vocabulary enhancement software program designed to teach individuals with cognitive disabilities to recognize and read 100 common safety and informational signs. It teaches functional vocabulary necessary for independent living. This program teaches phrases such as "Do Not Enter," "No Smoking," "Taxi," and "Poison" and includes a teacher's guide and 300 reproducible worksheets. Students learn new si

Educational Sensory Ball

The Educational Ball is a foam ball designed for use by children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The dense foam ball is covered in a variety of materials and features four holes that children can put their hands in to identify a hidden object by feel; two children can also reach through to meet hands in the middle. One surface has a mirror attached to it. DIMENSIONS: 16 inches in diameter.

Eight In A Row

Eight in a Row is a pre reading tutorial program designed for use with children with neurological, cognitive, or language disabilities. A sequence of pictures illustrates a little girl getting up in the morning and painting a picture. When properly sequenced, the interlocking pieces fit together. This activity reinforces sequencing and fine motor skills while teaching concepts such as right and left and before and after.

Electronic Geosafari, Jr.

The Electronic GeoSafari, Jr. is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. This electronic game/lesson program teaches animals, safety, sight words, time, money, and more. The set includes the basic electronic unit with volume control, flashing lights, and music; 20 lesson/game cards; and a guide. POWER: Uses four D batteries (not included).

Elr (Extra Language Resources)

eLr (Extra Language Resources) is a language tutorial program designed for use by children or adults with communication or language learning disabilities. Available online or through an offline CD, this program includes more than 10,000 computer/web activities (and always growing) to encourage spontaneous interactive sessions. Free home practice for families is included. Activity targets include phonology, phonological awareness, semantics, sentence processing, literacy, and oral narrative. Acti

Emotion Cards

Emotion cards are photo cards designed for use by children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 48 cards includes a teacher's guide and is designed to promote discussion and understanding of emotions, as well as to assist in the interpretation of facial expressions. DIMENSIONS: 8 x 5.75 inches.

Endless Alphabet

Endless Alphabet is a pre-reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with communication, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) allows children to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to learn the names of letters, the sounds that letters make (phonics), and words that begin with each letter. The app includes dozens of words, and each word features an interactive puzzle. When the child drags the letter

Entire World Of R Say And Sequence Playing Card System

The Entire World of R Say and Sequence Playing Card System is an educational game designed for use by children age four and up through adults with communication or speech disabilities. This system is a multi-use articulation remediation tool for the /r/ phoneme. This set contains six cards decks of 27 paired cards for each different vocalic /r/—AR, AIR, EAR, ER, IRE, and OR. Each card deck is uniformly organized with nine (9) words each for initial, medial and final word positions. Three of the

Explore-A-Story

Explore-A-Story is an academic tutorial program designed to stimulate and develop comprehension, vocabulary and writing skills for individuals who have a cognitive or physical disability. Students are motivated to read, to imagine and to write and stage their own stories using scenes and characters in the books and software. First, they read an illustrated story book as they watch it unfold on the computer screen. They can change the screen by moving characters and objects to create new scenes.

Exploring Nouns Sterling Edition

Exploring Nouns Sterling Edition is a language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by students with autism or developmental, physical, or language-learning disabilities. The program teaches 120 nouns in 10 realistic full-screen settings, thereby building vocabulary, encouraging verbal expression, and facilitating social interaction. Features include clear, colorful scenes; high-quality speech; optional animated reinforcement; teacher control over lesson presentation; accessibility w

Exploring Patterns

Exploring Patterns is a math skills training system designed for use by children with physical and cognitive disabilities. Using simulated manipulatives, the program enables students to copy, complete, and create hundreds of patterns of increasing complexity. Accessible with a mouse, a switch, or IntelliKeys (see separate entry), this program offers 140 carefully sequenced activities, a choice of three manipulatives for most activities, continuous auditory feedback, and a comprehensive Teacher's

Exploring Patterns Activity Book

The Exploring Patterns Activity Book is a math skills training system designed for use by children with physical and cognitive disabilities. The program enables students to create their own pattern rules and discover patterns within patterns. Accessible with a mouse, a switch, or IntelliKeys (see separate entry), this program offers thirty illustrations that can be colored using IntelliPaint and provide a real-life context for learning about patterns. Categories include Everyday Objects, Nature,

Exploring Verbs

Exploring Verbs is a vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide open ended exploration and training of early vocabulary in realistic contexts for individuals with developmental, physical or language learning disabilities or autism. Benefits of this program include building vocabulary, encouraging verbal expression, and facilitating social interaction. Features include clear colorful scenes; high-quality speech; optional animated reinforcement; teacher control over lesson presentation; acces

Fantacolor Peg Set

The Fantacolor Peg Set is a pegboard designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. Each set contains a blank peg board, different colored pegs and a storage basket, all constructed of durable, washable plastic. The small set includes 180 pieces and the large set includes 270 pieces.

Finger Alphabet Lotto Game

The Finger Alphabet Lotto Game is a sign language training game designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Designed for two to eight players, this matching game may be played two ways and teaches and reinforces manual alphabet skills.

First Color Words

First Color Words is educational game software designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It includes five game programs designed to teach ten basic colors and how to read and spell their names. One game program, the Rainbow Game, teaches the colors using American Sign Language, cued speech, fingerspelling, or speech. Live video is used for signing, cueing, and fingerspelling. The other four game programs (the Butterfly Game, the Cat Puzzle Game, the Star Game, and the Zebra G

First Keys

First Keys is a language tutorial program and computer keyboarding instruction program designed for children with learning or cognitive disabilities. It links the development of keyboard awareness to early literacy skills. It is suitable for young children or older pupils with learning difficulties. Users develop keyboard skills through picture matching, letter recognition, word building, and spelling exercises. The location of keys is taught by matching letters with pictures and speech. The pro

First Letters And Phonics

First Letters and Phonics is a pre-reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder or language disabilities. This application (or app) is a phonics-based interactive game that is designed to help children develop fine motor skills, learn to recognize both uppercase and lowercase letters, learn the names of letters, learn the sounds that letters make (phonics), and learn words that begin with each

First Letters And Phonics Lite

First Letters and Phonics Lite is a pre-reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder or language disabilities. This application (or app) is a phonics-based interactive game that is designed to help children develop fine motor skills, learn to recognize letters, learn the names of letters, and learn the sounds that letters make (phonics). The game includes a simple matching game and two origina

First Phrases Hd

First Phrases HD is a voice output language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to learn how to put two or three words together or basic English phrases. It provides many opportunities to hear, see, and say/record 72 different verb / noun combinations

First Phrases Hd Lite

First Phrases HD Lite is a voice output language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to learn how to put two or three words together or basic English phrases. It provides many opportunities to hear, see, and say/record 10 different verb / noun combina

First Words Classic Version (Model 101-Wp)

First Words Classic Version, model 101-WP, is a vocabulary enhancement and tutorial program designed to provide highly-structured tutorial training of early-developing nouns and verbs for children or adults with developmental, physical or language learning disabilities or autism. This program uses colorful pictures, an encouraging voice, and a lovable animated character called the Blob to teach and test 50 of the earliest developing nouns within 10 categories. Each noun is represented by two ill

First Words International Hd

First Words International HD is a voice output language, foreign language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to learn the words for basic objects in any or all of the following languages: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Japanese, Hindi and Russian

First Words International Lite Hd

First Words International Lite HD is a voice output language, foreign language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to learn the words for common nouns and learn the names of basic objects in any or all of the following languages: English, Chinese, Spa

Firstwords: Animals

FirstWords: Animals is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 45 animals with sounds. The app helps children develop fine motor skills and learn to recognize and match letters, learn the sounds letters make, learn the names of letters, and learn how to spell words. Difficulty level can be adjusted. The user interface has been tested w

Firstwords: At Home

FirstWords: At Home is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes over 50 familiar items around the house with original artwork and entertaining sound effects. A letter name is spoken when it is touched and it snaps into place when it is pushed to the right location. Children will hear the word spelled out when they complete a word. Children can pl

Firstwords: Christmas

FirstWords: Christmas is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 26 illustrated Christmas words with matching holiday sounds, including bell, toys, cookies and star. Children can learn about letters and words by themselves or with others by pushing the letters into place and saying the names of the letters. Both phonics (speech sounds) and lette

Firstwords: Feelings

FirstWords: Feelings is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 38 words, including sad, glad, curious and calm, to help children identify and understand common emotions and feelings by matching letters of the alphabet and spelling words. Each feelings word is paired with a facial expression and sound effect to further reinforce the me

Firstwords: Halloween

FirstWords: Halloween is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 38 illustrated words from pumpkin to ghost, each matched with spooky sound effects. It can be used as a learning tool that engages children, encourages exploration and helps them understand the relationships between letters and words. Children can play by themselves or wi

Firstwords: Professional

FirstWords: Professional is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program designed for use by teachers and speech language pathologists working with children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes over 350 words and 12 categories of words, including shapes, numbers, food, feelings, clothes, and animals. The app can be used to help children develop fine motor control, letter recognition, phone

Firstwords: Shapes

FirstWords: Shapes is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 22 shapes from dot to line to octagon. Children can learn about letters and words by themselves or with others by pushing the letters into place, saying the names and enjoying the spinning shapes. Difficulty level can be adjusted to match the abilities of individual children. The user

Firstwords: Vehicles

FirstWords: Vehicles is a pre-reading and spelling tutorial program for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder. This application (or app) is an interactive game that includes 26 vehicles with entertaining sounds and high-quality speech. Children can play the game by themselves or with others by talking about the vehicles, saying the names of the letters, and watching them spin and make their vehicle noises. Children can use phonics (speech soun

Flash Cards - Actions

Flash Cards - Actions is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach children new words, build vocabulary and convey new concepts. The app contains 52 flash card

Flash Cards - Alphabet

Flash Cards - Alphabet is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach children new words, build vocabulary and convey new concepts. The app contains 26 flash car

Flash Cards - Earth Science

Flash Cards - Earth Science is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a science, language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach children new words, build vocabulary and convey new concepts relating to eart

Flash Cards - Emotions

Flash Cards – Emotions is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a behavior, language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help children or students learn to identify, understand and respond to the emotions

Flash Cards - Fruits And Nuts

Flash Cards – Fruits and Nuts is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach children new words and build vocabulary. The app contains 50 flash cards displaying

Flash Cards - Musical Instruments

Flash Cards – Musical Instruments is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to expand a child or student’s vocabulary as well as enhance their concept development

Flash Cards - Sports

Flash Cards – Sports is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to encourage a child or student’s physical and social development. The app contains 50 flash cards

Flash Cards - Things You Eat

Flash Cards – Things You Eat is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help a child or student develop their vocabulary of common foods. The app contains 60 fl

Flash Cards - Things You Play With

Flash Cards – Things You Play With is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, personal skills, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach a child or student the vocabulary for common toys. The app

Flash Cards - Things You Wear

Flash Cards – Things You Wear is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program, and a personal skills, independent living skills, language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help a child or student develop their voca

Flash Cards - Vegetables

Flash Cards – Vegetables is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and an personal skills, independent living skills, language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help a child or student develop their vocabular

Flash Cards - Vehicles

Flash Cards – Vehicles is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a personal skills, language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help a child or student develop their vocabulary and recognize common vehicle

Flash Cards - Zoo Animals

Flash Cards – Zoo Animals is an auditory perceptual training program, a flash card program and a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help a child or student develop their vocabulary relating animals. The app contains 50 flas

Flash! Pro 2

Flash Pro 2 is a flash card program designed for use with children with communication, learning, or cognitive disabilities. The program has over 8,500 color photo flash cards that speech therapists, parents, teachers, and early intervention specialists can select, preview, and print for use to stimulate speech and language. The program is designed to be used by individuals with no computer experience, with no complex setup or installation. The photos are arranged in 65 categories, including Acti

Flashcards Deluxe

Flashcards deluxe are designed for individuals that use augmentative or alternative communication, as one of its features is text-to-speech or for those who need visual repetition to learn. The augmentative ways of communicating are a good way for people with learning disabilities to learn through repetition.Can be used offline as well. Create flashcards in a text editor or a spreadsheet, at Quizlet.com, or within the application. Can use a text editor or spreadsheet, to transfer flashcards into

Fly And Learn Globe (Model 4054)

The Fly and Learn Globe, model 4054, is an educational toy designed for use by children with severe physical, neurological or upper extremity disabilities. The toy allows children to travel all over the world making discoveries, being introduced to continents, music, highlights of ancient wonders of the world, and different languages. An easy-to-use joystick has been added to control the movement of the plane as well as the globe. The user activates the green switch at the base of the globe to l

Following Directions: Left And Right

Following Directions: Left and Right is a tutorial program designed to provide practice in following directions and use of short term memory while reinforcing left/right discrimination concepts for children and adults with language learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and attention deficit disorders. In ten activities of increasing difficulty, students are asked to move objects to particular positions on the screen using the commands "left" and "right.

Following Directions: One And Two-Level Commands

Following Directions: One- and Two-Level Commands is a direction tutorial program designed to increase auditory comprehension, reinforce basic concepts, improve responses to classroom instructions, build independence and facilitate classroom inclusion for children and adults with language-learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, autism, and attention deficit disorders. This program provides practice in following one- and two-step directions and using short-term m

Food Kit

The Food Kit is a group of symbolic language pictures designed for teaching basic language skills using the Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) to nonspeech or limited speech students. The kit focuses on 53 common food and drink nouns, persons, and the verbs "like," "don't like," "eat," and "drink." Included are 44 or 88 stamps for each symbol, two decks of 54 playing cards with 2-inch versions of the picture symbol set, masters of duplicable worksheets, large stimulus cards to promote discussio

Fractiles-7

Fractiles-7 is an educational toy and eye hand coordination activity designed to teach matching, sorting, and assembly skills to individuals with neurological, fine motor, and visual disabilities. The set consists of 192 flexible magnetic, diamond-shaped tiles and a textured steel activity board. Using angles based on the number 7, these large tiles can be manipulated on the activity board or on a refrigerator to form many different designs with repeating and non-repeating patterns. Possibiliti

Frenchay Screening Tool for AAC

The Frenchay Screening Tool for AAC is designed to assess people's abilities in terms of physical access, visual acuity, visual processing, visual contrast sensitivity, identifying different types and fonts of symbols and words, categorization, word-picture matching, reading and spelling (with and without symbol support), alpha encoding and focusing thoughts. It was originally piloted by speech and language therapists working in the field of alternative and augmentative communication, to try to

Fridge Phonics

Fridge Phonics is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. To use, place the letter in the magnetic letter reader and push the letter to hear its name and sound through a fun phonics song. The magnetic letter reader attaches securely to a refrigerator or other metal base. POWER: Uses three triple-A batteries. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 5 x 4 x 1.5 inches.

From A To Z

From A to Z is an alphabet game and language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning or cognitive disabilities. The program helps users develop and practice visual, auditory, and memory skills needed for letter and word recognition. Users choose the letter they wish to practice on the menu screen, and the program provides a set of activities for each letter. Users can press the letter to see a word and a picture and hear the spoken word. Activities include word building, find

Fruits - Lite

Fruits – Lite is a perceptual training and reading tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to identify fruits such as an apple, cherry, banana, or orange. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections, each of which has a "Learn" part and a "Play" part. Pictures of fruits a

Fun & Learn House

The Fun & Learn House is an electronic pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of three and six years with cognitive and learning disabilities. This house-shaped device teaches the alphabet, phonics, word recognition, colors, and the names of items found in the house's four rooms. The unit offers four games: Large colorful letters and pictures of familiar household items introduce the alphabet and word recognition: Leap the Frog's encouraging voice guides

Fun & Learn Mailbox

The Fun & Learn Mailbox is an electronic pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of four and seven years with cognitive and learning disabilities. The mailbox-shaped device uses Leap the frog, who peers over the top of the mailbox, to teach the alphabet, phonics, rhyming, and reading comprehension. It also introduces sentence creation, grammar, and early reasoning skills. The voice output toy includes 26 talking postcards (one for each letter of the alphabe

Fun & Learn Phonics Desk

The Fun & Learn Phonics Desk is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between three and seven years of age with cognitive and learning disabilities. The unit uses incorporates touch, sight. and, sound to teach the alphabet, phonics, spelling, rhyming, and introductory reading skills. The set includes the desk with card storage space, 17 Talking Word Cards, four Talking Game Cards, and 26 removable magnetic letters. Children can press a letter to hear its name or use the

Fun with Braille

Fun with Braille is a book of activities designed for people with low vision. This book of activities is designed to provide additional practice for adults and children who are already familiar with the braille contractions. The activities can be done in any order and can be chosen to practice a specific problem contraction or just for fun. A list of contractions and the activities in which they appear is included for reference. An answer key is provided in the back of the book. The print editio

Fun With Directions Hd

Fun With Directions HD is a voice output language, vocabulary tutorial program and a cause and effect and behavior training program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice listening, auditory memory and auditory processing as well as following directions and learning colors

Fun With Directions Hd Lite

Fun With Directions HD Lite is a voice output language, vocabulary tutorial program and a cause and effect and behavior training program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice listening, auditory memory and auditory processing as well as following directions and learning co

Functional Communication Profile - Revised (FCP-R)

The Functional Communication Profile - Revised (FCP-R) is a language development evaluation system designed for use for assessment of individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities or autism. This descriptive assessment tool can be used to evaluate communication skills in individuals with developmental and acquired delays, from pre-kindergarten children through adults, in any setting, regardless of form of communication (sign, non-verbal, or augmentative). There is no scoring system, b

Functional Living Skills And Behavioral Rules Cd

The Functional Living Skills and Behavioral Rules CD is a behavioral training flash card program designed for use by parents and teachers of children and adults with behavioral, cognitive, and communication disabilities.The program contains over 1,000 full-color photographs of children, adolescents, and adults engaged in a variety of functional activities. Activity areas include daily schedules and routines, personal hygiene/grooming, toileting, homework, leisure, simple meal preparation, commun

Fundamentals Audio Cards

Fundamentals Audio Cards are language tutorial programs designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. These audio card sets are designed to work with audio card readers such as The PCI Communicator or the Language Master (see separate entries) to allow students to work at their own pace to acquire reading and language skills through interactive learning. These cards use a multi-sensory approach to reinforce basic skills. Students listen to the card and look at

Funky Footprints Tactile Sound Mat

The Tactile Sound Mat is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, or visual disabilities. This lightweight mat can be spread out on any flat surface and features numbered footprints in a variety of textures. Pressing one or more of the footprints triggers amusing sounds. The mat can be operated by a child's hands or feet. POWER: Uses two double-A batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS (LxW): 65 x 12.5 inches. COLOR: The mat has a bright yellow ba

Funny Drummy (Model 2741)

The Funny Drummy, model 2741, is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children ages twelve months and up with fine motor and neurological disabilities. It features a large plastic base in the shape of a drum, a large plastic drumstick, a five-block shape sorter on one side, and a plastic carrying handle The blocks which fit in the sorter help teach shapes and colors. Once the plastic circle, square, triangle, flower, and half moon have been sorted, each one makes a different sou

Fuzzbuzz Level 1: Word Learning

Fuzzbuzz Level 1: Word Learning is a vocabulary tutorial program designed specifically for use by children with learning disabilities. Bouncing fuzzbuzzes and creeping slinx stimulate children and help them develop sight vocabulary and reading skills. The 16 activities include word to picture matching, word sequencing, and timed word recognition. The help fuzzbuzz gives tips and animated sequences reward completion of each activity. The program can be customized for up to 20 students and can be

Fuzzbuzz Level 2: The Clan

Fuzzbuzz Level 2: The Clan is a vocabulary tutorial program designed specifically for use by children with learning disabilities. This program features 20 animated activities to introduce 150 new words with matching and learning activities to incrase sight vocabulary. A highly-structured phonics program leads children through single letter sounds, triple consonant blends, and more. A virtual relaity component enables students to explore the Glen as they complete two comprehension activities. A

Geosafari Talking Globe & Geosafari Talking Globe Jr

The GeoSafari Talking Globe and GeoSafari Talking Globe Jr are voice output globes with built-in electronic geographical quiz games suitable for children with learning disabilities or low vision. Games may be played by one to four individual players or teams and may be customized to three skill levels. The GeoSafari Talking Globe asks and answers over 10,000 questions about countries, capitals, cities, rivers, oceans, landmarks, and national songs. The GeoSafari Jr version features a simplified

Getting To Know You: A Social Skills and Ability Awareness Curriculum

Getting To Know You is a social skills/awareness curriculum for grades K-12 in which blind and visually impaired students and sighted students interact and get to know each other.

Getting To Know You: Facial Expression Cards

Getting To Know You: Facial Expression Cards are cards designed for individuals with low vision.Getting To Know You: Facial Expression Cards come as part of a kit, however, they ae also sold individually. Getting To Know You: Facial Expression Cards help individuals with low vision gain social skills ability awareness.

Getting To Know You: Go Fish Cards

Getting To Know You: Go Fish Cards are designed for individuals with low vision. Getting To Know You: Go Fish Cards come as part of a kit, however they are also sold individually. Getting To Know You: Go Fish Cards help individuals with low vision improve their social skills and more.

Getting To Know You: Guidebook, Large Print with CD-ROM

Getting To Know You: Guidebook, Large Print with CD-ROM is designed for individuals with low vision. This is large print verison of the instruction guide. 

Giant Textured Beads With Pattern Matching Cards

Giant Textured Beads with Pattern Matching Cards help teachers and parents working with young students in preschool, kindergarten and early elementary grades who are blind and have visual impairments. These Pattern Matching Cards reinforce the tactile continuum from real object (most basic level) to raised-line graphics (most advance level). Students in higher grades will be challenged by the increasing difficulty posed by the “Platform” and “3-D View” matching cards.

Going To A Restaurant Language Kit (Model Lk-Gr)

The Going to a Restaurant Language Kit, model LK-GR, is a personal skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. The materials in this unit help students understand what to expect when going to a restaurant. Events are sequenced in the Boardmaker book and computer story, and reinforce appropriate social behavior. Extension activities include a restaurant scavenger hunt, money skills worksheet, and restaurant role play.

Going To The Dentist Language Kit (Model Lk-Dds)

The Going to the Dentist Language Kit, model LK-DDS, is an independent living skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. The materials in this unit help students understand what to expect when going to the dentist. Events are sequenced in a Boardmaker book and a computer story with digital photos. Sequence cards reinforce the events and reassure the child, both in the classroom and while at the dentist. The kit also includes a

Going To The Doctor Language Kit (Model Lk-Do)

The Going to the Doctor Language Kit, model LK-DO, is an independent living skills and language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities. The materials in this unit help students understand what to expect when going to the doctor. Materials include a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (see entry); an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech and sound

Grammar

Grammar is an academic, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program features six self-paced sections designed to build an understanding of sentence structure. Grammar begins with the identification of subject and predicate and the introduction of proper and common nouns in the first section; then progresses to verbs, tense and subject-verb agreement in the second section. The third se

Guidelines And Games For Teaching Efficient Braille Reading

Guidelines and Games for Teaching Efficient Braille Reading, by Sally S. Mangold and Myrna R. Olson, is a manual for teaching braille designed for use by teachers of individuals who are blind or have low vision. It presents a general reading program adapted to the needs of braille readers, based on research in the areas of rapid reading and precision teaching. Educational braille games are included. This 116-page paperback was originally published in 1981. ISBN: 0-89128-105-3.

Gymni Total Playground Activity Gym

The Tin Gymini total Playground Activity Gym is a eye hand coordination activity for infants and young children with vision, neurological, or cognitive disabilities. The activities also provide visual stimulation, perceptual training, and memory development. The Gym consists of a washable activity blanket with a pair of removable soft arches that cross in the center and support a variety of soft geometric shapes and toys. The activity mat is engineered to remain in place on most wood, tile, and

Gyroll 2

The Gyroll 2 is an eye hand coordination activity designed for very young children with physical, neurological, visual, and cognitive disabilities. Tubular "tracks" form an open sphere and rings on the inner tracks provide additional auditory and visual stimulation as they slide and rattle. The lightweight toy is designed for ease in grasping and it rolls slowly to encourage visual tracking.

Happy Geese

Happy Geese is a modified game program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with autism and cognitive or learning disabilities. This iPad application (or app) includes two classic board games - The Game of the Goose and Snakes & Ladders - and is designed to help children learn each game one step at a time. Happy Geese features 24 game chips with cute figures of people and animals and seven different dice with colors, shapes, letters and numbers. The app is intended t

Happy Shapes (Model 6634)

Happy Shapes, model 6634, is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with fine motor and neurological disabilities. It features a large plastic, L-shaped body with a shape sorter on the bottom. Blocks in the shape of a square, circle, and triangle can simply be placed in the opening at the top to encourage babies to reach inside and choose a shape. Or, they can be pushed through the corresponding holes of the shape sorter on the bottom to encourage shape recognition. COLOR

Hasbro Playskool Magnetic Numbers (Model 02057)

Hasbro Playskool Magnetic Numbers, model 02057, are educational toys designed for use by children age 3 years and up who are blind or have low vision. Each set has 26 brightly colored, large magnetic pieces representing numbers and arithmetic symbols. The set has 21 numbers plus 5 arithmetic symbols, with Braille numbers engraved on front of the numbers.

Hawaii Early Learning Profile (Help), Help Charts (Model 150) & Help Activity Guide (Model 152)

Tool for skills assessment and curriculum planning helps to identify developmental needs of handicapped infants and young children. Play therapy and instructional activities. Display over 650 skills or objectives in 6 developmental areas: cognitive, language, gross motor, fine motor, social emotional, self help. Each area organized into specific skills or behaviors, beginning at birth through 3 years old. Chart ($2.95) used to identify behaviors for assessment, for setting objectives and recordi

Head-To-Toe Software

The Head-to-Toe Software is a vocabulary and sexuality education program designed to teach body awareness for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. This program is ideal for teaching basic anatomical vocabulary and features quiz sections for enhancing what is taught. The talking software is ideal for non readers and enhances the learning process. For students with a physical disability, the software is TouchWindow compatible. COMPAITBILITY: Apple. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Apple IIe sy

Health Skills Program (Model Lsg13)

The Health Skills Program, model LSG13, is a board game designed to stress the importance of having a healthy lifestyle for persons with learning disabilities. It is used to encourage individuals to take care of their bodies. The categories are Medicine, Your Body, Health Workers and Healthy Choices. The topics include self medication issues, taking care of your teeth, eyes and ears, weight maintenance, eating healthy foods, food spoilage, dressing for the weather and emotional health. OPTIONS:

Health, Growth And Development Cd And Lessonbook

Health, Growth and Development is a lesson program overviews personal hygiene, how the body changes during puberty, wellness, physiology, sexuality and good touch/bad touch. The set includes a CD and lesson book that utilizes simplified language for struggling readers. Additionally, the program features quizzes in multiple formats which are embedded throughout each lesson. The program can be used for one-on-one, small group or full classroom instruction settings.

Henry Helps Plant A Garden

Henry Helps Plant A Garden is designed as a story that teaches children the process on how to plant a garden. It is intended for children with learning and cognitive disabilities, as well as blind and low vision and other related disabilities. The pages of the story can be read using autoplay (no interaction), read to me, and an option called talking time. A natural sounding voice reads the story, each word is highlighted. Key words stay highlighted, and the child can push them to hear the word

Hide 'n Seek Farm

The Hide 'N Seek Farm Game is an interactive educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This electronic talking unit offers three one-player and three two-player games to teach colors and size relationships, as well as elementary deductive reasoning memory skills. The game board features a whimsical farm setting and frogs that move across the board independently. POWER: Uses four C batteroes (not included).

Hometova Attention Screening Test

The HomeTOVA Attention Screening Test is a cognitive rehabililtation evaluation program designed for use by individuals with attention deficit disorder (ADD), brain injury, learning disabilities, stroke, and other cognitive and neurological disabilities. This software program is a performance-based screening test for attention and impulsivity problems, based on the Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA). It is not a questionnaire. The test measures the testtaker's attention as the testtaker uses

How Do You Feel? Language Kit (Model Lk-Hdf)

The How Do You Feel? Language Kit, model LK-HDF, is a cognitive, language, and personal skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This unit helps students understand emotions. It contains two print books, each presenting two opposing emotions, such as happy or sad, excited or mad. The books are written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines. Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (Boardmaker; see entry) provide visual support. A

Hug & Learn Baby Tad

Hug & Learn Baby Tad is an educational toy designed for use by children between nine and 24 months of age with cognitive, learning, or developmental disabilities. Children squeeze the sun on the daytime hand to hear six happy, active songs and to play a fun learning game: flashing lights follow the beat of the music and guide children to the color and shape buttons on the plush baby frog's chest. Cheerful encouragement and laughter reinforce learning. For quiet times, children squeeze the mo

Hungry Shark And Friends

The Hungry Shark and Friends is an early reading and math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive and physical disabilities. The program offers six animated activities, each with its own colorful overlay; writing extensions using IntelliTalk (see separate entry); 30 pages of enrichment activities and reproducible masters; and adaptations for keyguard and switch users. The activities include Four Stripy Fish Swimming in the Sea (counting, sequencing, and rhyming skills

I Can Cue 2

I Can Cue 2 is a visual sign language training software program designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This CD-ROM contains two programs that teach intermediate cueing techniques and build skills in reading cues. Each program features a speed-adjustable animated cuer and sequenced lessons for learning and self-testing. Cue Those Phrases! has lessons that focus on consonant blends and clusters, liaisons, taps, and flicks, emphasizing everyday, common phrases. Users can c

I Can See Shirts

I Can See Shirts are child's T shirts designed to be educational aids for children with cognitive or hearing disabilities. The shirts are printed so that the designs appear right side up for the child wearing the shirt, encouraging learning and reinforcement. In addition to ABCs or numbers with appropriate illustrations, and a map of the USA, a shirt is available showing the finger spelling alphabet for those learning sign language. SIZES: The numbers and ABCs shirts are available in youth sizes

I Can Spell!

I Can Spell! is a vocabulary enhancement program and educational game software designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This CD-ROM includes Word Scrambler and Word Speller game programs to help players build skills in spelling and vocabulary with over 475 words and pictures. Players can use the spelling lists provided or make a customized list using the included spelling editor. For persons who use Cued Speech, cues are available for each picture, and can be added for new w

I Have Autism Book

"I Have Autism" is a children’s book to help parents and teachers explain autism to a young child. In this book, the main character, Alex, has autism. He talks about how autism affects his behavior and other aspects of his life. The story of Alex can improve the self-esteem of any child with autism and help explain why he/she is different.

Ifollowroutine

iFollowRoutine is an independent living skills and personal skills tutorial program and reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child to follow routines each day before going to school and after coming home from school. The app includes a collection of standard routines for both boys and girls, and these routi

Ilne Spell 1 L - Autism Series

iLNE Spell 1 L – Autism Series is a personal skills, independent living skills and spelling tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child to spell calendar months and days. It is part of the iLearnNEarn (iLNE) series of apps based on a robust and evidence-based autism intervention model. The app is organized i

Ilne Spell 2 L - Autism Series

iLNE Spell 2 L – Autism Series is a perceptual training and spelling tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child to learn to spell colors and shapes interactively. It is part of the iLearnNEarn (iLNE) series of apps based on an evidence-based autism intervention model. The app is organized into multiple “Lea

Imagination Express

Imagination Express is a language tutorial program designed to provide language development, cooperative learning, whole language writing and reading, theme based instruction and vocabulary development for children with a developmental disability. The interactive story book maker allows students to create everything from one-page picture stories to printed masterpieces to talking electronic books. Students can add animation, text, narration, and music using the CD-ROM theme packs "Destination: R

Imagination Express Destination: Pyramids

Destination: Pyramids is a reading tutorial, story writing, and language tutorial program designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. Using the theme of the life along the ancient Nile, users can create print and interactive electronic books, poetry, and essays as well as movies. Complete with music, sound effects, and historically accurate indoor and outdoor Pyramid Temple and Valley Temple backgrounds, the Sphinx, Pharaoh's garden and palace, the flooded Nile

Imagination Express Destination: Time Trip, Usa

Imagination Express Destination: Time Trip, USA is a reading tutorial, story writing, and language tutorial program designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. Using the theme of the development of the United States throughout its history, users can create print and interactive electronic books, poetry, and essays as well as movies. Complete with music, sound effects, and historically accurate Main Street, Neighborhood, and indoor backgrounds from 1640, 1776, 1

In My Dreams

In My Dreams is a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by speech therapists and reading teachers working with children who have cognitive, communication, learning, speech or vision disabilities or autism. It is for use with an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. The application (or app) uses animation and repetition to promote literacy. Every page has the same sentence structure and asks the user to fill in a missing word. The app reinforces understanding of

Individual Calendar Kit (Model 1-18971-00)

The Individual Calendar Kit, model 1-18971-00, is a set of materials for making braille and tactile calendars, designed for use in teaching calendar skills to children who are blind or have low vision. Materials include twelve brightly colored embossed / bold line grid sheets, and paper labels showing the months, days of the week, and days of the month. Labels are marked in both large print and braille, with corner cuts for orientation.

Infoscan

The InfoScan is a hand-held scanner designed for use by individuals with learning, neurological, or physical disabilities. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan and transfer printed text directly into a PC or to scan, store and transfer up to 500 pages of printed data to a PC, laptop, PDA or any Windows application via Infrared or serial port. The InfoScan recognizes 6 to 22 point font sizes, including text that is bold, italicized, underlined, or inverted. This

Intellipics

IntelliPics is an academic tutorial program designed to teach basic skills, such as colors, numbers, sizes and direction for children with cognitive disabilities. This multimedia product enabls the incorporation of graphics, quick-time movies, animation, recorded sound, and synthetic recorded voice into educational activities. Included are five activities with an overlay for IntelliKeys (see separate entry): Animals, Make It Move, Nursery Rhymes, Butterscotch Brownies, and Funny Noises. IntelliP

Intellitools Classroom Suite

The IntelliTools Classroom Suite is an academic reading, writing and math tutorial program and an assessment and evaluation system for children with cognitive or learning disabilities from pre-kindergarten (Pre-K) through the fifth grade. This software was developed based upon the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) that combines two educational paradigms—systematic, explicit instruction and flexible creativity tools. It is designed to allow teachers to have control over specific l

Introduction To The Piano For The Blind Student: A Course In Braille Music Reading, Book 1

An Introduction to the Piano for the Blind Student: A Course in Braille Music Reading, Book 1, by Richard Taesch, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This piano course is designed for the student who already has fundamental knowledge of the braille music code in general. Those who pursue the piano as a primary instrument must develop the skill of playing two parts at one time. Braille music presents music for two hands in bar-over-bar piano

Ipractice Verbs

iPractice Verbs is a voice output flash card program and a language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, hearing, learning, or physical disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to help children learn and practice basic English verbs. iPractice Verbs comes with over 120 verbs in present, present p

Irc Jumbo Jet (Model 6642)

IRC Jumbo Jet, model 6642, is an educational toy designed to provide auditory and visual stimulation for children with neurological disabilities. This jet comes with a simple infrared remote control that resembles real airplane controls, a Y-shaped base with a navigation screen in the center, big buttons, and indicator lights. The toy has a plastic body in the shape of a jet with windows in the front and on the sides, two engines under each wing, two wheels under the nose of the plane, and two w

Is It A Word - Or Not?

Is It a Word - Or Not? is a reading tutorial program designed for use with children who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities. This program consists of a stand-up flip book that presents single consonants and short vowels. The tent-style book offers three side-by-side sets of cards on spiral bindings. Each set of cards is similar to a set of flash cards; the first set includes the consonants B through Z, the second set offers the short vowels, and the third set includes another set of co

It's Sensational! Language Kit (Model Lk-Is)

The It's SENSational! Language Kit, model LK-IS, is an academic and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This kit teaches students about their five senses. It includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (see entry); an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech and sound; and a songboard, word cards, and vocabulary games. Students learn ab

Ithoughts (Mindmap)

iThoughts is a mindmapping tool for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that is designed for individuals who find it difficult to organize their thoughts and/or remember information, people with mental illness or learning disabilities, or visual learners. It enables the user to visually organize their thoughts, ideas, and information. SIZE: 35.9 Megabytes. LANGUAGE: English.

Itouchilearn Morning Routines

iTouchiLearn Morning Routines is an independent living skills and personal skills tutorial program and reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, learning or speech disabilities. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad to teach a child morning routine life skills through music, animation, verbal directions and interactive activities. The child progresses through each routine and receives v

Itouchilearn Words

iTouchiLearn Words is a language tutorial program, a reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have communication, developmental, learning, physical or speech disabilities. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or Android phone to teach a child how to recognize and pronounce words through animations and word association games. The animation teaches the context of words and the games reinforce earl

Iveo Hands-On Learning System

The Iveo Hands-on-Learning System is a package containing a tactile graphics display (IVEO Touchpad) and a braille graphics program (IVEO Viewer, IVEO Creator, or IVEO Creator Pro), designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision and their teachers. The system can be used to teach subject such as biology, health, chemistry, astronomy, math, or geography with a combination of touch, sound, and sight. Three versions are available: Iveo Lite, Iveo Creator, and Iveo Creator Plus. Iveo

Job Readiness And Training Curriculum (Jrt)

The Job Readiness and Training Curriculum is a prevocational job skills training system and job readiness tutorial program designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, or vision disabilities. This series of duplicatable books and CDs can be used by high school students and adults independently or in groups and is designed to help students learn the competencies and goals need for work maturity and pre-employment. This curriculum addresses the different abilities of students by havin

Jokus Software: Toystore

ToyStore is a modified educational program from the JOKUS Software series. ToyStore consists of 6 discovery and learning activities to accommodate a wide range of abilities. The program can be run with a single switch with the Macintosh Switch Interface, the Macintosh TouchWindow (see separate entry), an alternative keyboard with Ke:nx, a standard keyboard, or a standard mouse. Toystore includes matching, creating a story, eye-hand coordination and timing activites, and games. COMPATIBILITY: For

Jumbo Magnetic Letters And Numbers

Jumbo Magnetic Letters and Numbers are letters and numbers designed for use by children with low vision, cognitive disabilities, or fine motor disabilities. These large, bright letters and numbers stick to any metallic surface. Three sets are available: 40 upper case letters, 40 lowercase letters, and 36 numbers and operators. A storage bucket with a lid is included with each set. DIMENSIONS: The letters and numbers are 2.5 inches tall. COLOR: Assorted.

Jump & Learn Elmo

Jump & Learn Elmo is a touch activated educational toy designed for use by children with severe physical, vision, or upper extremity disabilities. By squeezing Elmo's hand, the child can choose from four modes of play: Jumping, singing, counting, and learning the alphabet. When Elmo jumps on his pogo stick, it makes a "boing" sound and Elmo will start play by coming up with a word, a number, or phrase that matches the selected mode of play.

K.c. Clyde In Fly Ball

K.C. Clyde In Fly Ball Interactive CD-ROM is a story program designed to promote literacy, reading and language involvement for children with cognitive disabilities. The program features animated imaginative characters (K.C. is a boy; Clyde is a dog, and UKandu is the wordbird), catchy music and fun word recognition activities. It is designed with up to 21 story paths (more than 120 pages of story is possible), four levels of word interaction, and pop quizzes. The characters are engineered to ta

Kaufman Functional Academic Skills Test (K-Fast) - Braille (Model 5-64500-00)

The Kaufman Functional Academic Skills Test (K-FAST) - Braille, model 5-64500-00, is a braille assessment / evaluation tool designed for use to assess math and reading skills of children who blind or have low vision. This assessment is an individually administered test to determine the student's skills in applying knowledge of reading and arithmetic in a variety of real-life situations. Reading and arithmetic tasks on this test relate to everyday activities, such as understanding labels on drug

Keep Quiet

Keep Quiet is a sign language training game designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Players ages seven through adult throw wodden cubes depicting the sign language alphabet and race the timer to form words in sign. The game includes wooden cubes, a dice cup, a sand timer, and instructions.

Keep Quiet Reword

Keep Quiet Reword is a sign language training game designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Players ages seven through adult use the 60 plastic-coated cards, which show the hand positions for the sign language alphabet on one side and alphabet letters on the other, to create words of four or five letters. This game is playable five different ways and can involve from one to six players.

Kenneth Jernigan Tactile Map

The Kenneth Jernigan Tactile Map is a tactile relief map of the United States designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. The map shows all 50 states and their capitals, along with major rivers and mountain chains. The states are removable pieces. Instructions in print and Braille are included.

Kid Keys

Kid Keys is a voice output program designed to introduce and enhance keyboarding and reading skills for students with developmental and physical disabilities. Three activities combine voice, music, graphics, animation and sound to help students progress from learning key positions to typing smoothly and accurately. Students develop letter and word recognition, learn letters and words through the use of speech technology, and develop sequencing skills while taking the first steps in computer lite

Kid Works 2

Kid Works 2 is a reading tutorial program designed to teach children to write and illustrate their own story for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. This program combines a word processor and picture dictionary with paint tools, rubber stamps, and icons that allow students to express themselves through words and pictures as they write original stories. A simple click of the mouse changes words into pictures and pictures into words. The Story illustrator lets the students "pa

Kurzweil 3000 For Windows

Kurzweil 3000 for Windows is an optical character recognition (OCR) and test program with voice output designed for use by individuals with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. This OCR software scans documents and reads scanned or electronic text aloud using synthetic speech. Documents are shown on screen with words highlighted as they are spoken. This combined auditory and visual presentation of information helps increase reading accuracy, speed, and comprehension for struggling readers.

Language Builder

Language Builder is an auditory perceptual training program, a language tutorial program, and a speech training program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad to help children accomplish the following educational goals: (1) improve sentence ideation; (2) improve sentence formation; and (3) improve receptive and ex

Language Builder Deluxe

Language Builder Deluxe is an auditory perceptual training program, a language tutorial program, and a speech training program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad to help children accomplish the following educational goals: (1) improve sentence ideation; (2) improve sentence formation; and (3) improve receptive

Language Builder Picture Cards

Language Builder Picture Cards is a photo card set designed to teach basic language skills to children with developmental and communication disabilities. The set focuses on such concepts as receptive language, expressive language, matching identical items, and sorting. These cards can also be used to teach advanced concepts such as adjectives, function, and storytelling. Each 350-card set includes photographic picture cards in six categories (animals, foods, vehicles, clothing, furniture, and to

Language Master (Portable, Desktop, And Deluxe Desktop Models)

The Language Master is a language tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. These audio card readers are designed to allow students to work at their own pace to acquire reading and language skills through interactive learning. These devices use pre-recorded audio cards with magnetic tape along the bottom edge or those created by the teacher. Students listen to the cards, look at the corresponding pictures, and record their responses on the

Language-Links

Language-Links is a communicator and language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities and severe neurological or physical disabilities. This program is a progressive language development system with ready-to-use pages designed by speech language pathologists who specialize in using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices in clinical settings. Covering all levels of language development from preschool through adult, Language-Link

Laserline Graphics

LaserLine Graphics are tactile graphics designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. They are designed to provide clear and accurate tactile access to complex visual information, with various pattern fills, line styles, and directional indicators. These tactile graphics are produced to order as Vector-based graphics files in an XML-based conversion process. Items that can be converted into tactile graphics include maps, diagrams, flow charts, and educational materials in mat

Laugh And Learn Puppy (Model 8034)

The Laugh and Learn Puppy, model 8034, is a touch-activated toy designed for use by children with upper extremity, cognitive, or severe physical disabilties. This puppy combines learning with musical play. It teaches body parts, colors, and the alphabet using fun phrases and songs that are activated by pressing the touch picture pad in front. POWER: Uses 3 double-A batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxWxL): 13 x 9.5 x 15 inches.

Lawn Compass

DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To provide outdoor directional training for individuals who are blind or who have low vision. The device consists of two square frames, one placed horizontally through the center of the other, causing the two top boards to form an "x." The squares are attached at the top and the bottom with large diameter carriage bolts and wing nuts, which enables the unit to fold for portability. The vertical pieces are made of 2 x 4s and the horizontal pieces are made of 1 x 4s. Trian

Leapfrog's Phonics 500

LeapFrog's Phonics 500 is an interactive educational toy designed for use by children between the ages of four and seven years of age with cognitive or learning disabilities. This talking unit teaches the alphabet, phonics, spelling, and rhyming and features six different games for one or two players. During the games two frog racers on the track on top of the unit, Mario Frogetti and A.J. Rivet, race to the finish line. Special visual effects on the unit's liquid crystal display (LCD) screen an

Leaps And Bounds - Switch Access

Leaps and Bounds - Switch Access is a switch-adapted pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children with cerebral palsy or fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. Combining the most switch friendly activities from the Leaps and Bounds series (see separate entries), this program provides scanning and step switch accessability as well as mouse and keyboard access. This program uses bright and colorful characters to stimulate the imagination of young learners and encou

Leaps And Bounds 1

Leaps and Bounds 1 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful characters in six text-free activities help stimulate imagination and develop pre-reading skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination as they manipulate the mouse and target items as they pop up in surprising places. Left-to-right tracking prepares children for beginning reading. Stimulating movements and sounds aid in improving auditory and visual discrimination.

Leaps And Bounds 2

Leaps and Bounds 2 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful characters use dancing, buble-blowing, and other antics in six text-free activities to help develop pre-reading skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination as they manipulate the mouse and target items as they pop up in surprising places. Left-to-right tracking prepares children for beginning reading. Stimulating movements and sounds aid in improving auditory and v

Leaps And Bounds 3

Leaps and Bounds 3 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful elephants carrying whimsical characters on their heads lead children into six activities with opportunities for experimentation, problem solving, language development, fine motor skill development, sound discrimination, and more. Children experiment with an on-screen machine to figure out how to make sausages and then squeeze them into a hungry monster's dish. The Mak

Learn & Groove Animal Sounds Guitar (Model 1658)

The Learn & Groove Animal Sounds Guitar, model 1658, is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive, severe physical, or upper extremity disabilities. This bilingual (English and Spanish) learning guitar is mounted in a special angled base for easier use. The unit explores numbers and animal sounds and plays fun music and different silly sound effects. POWER: Uses 3 double-A batteries, DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 16.5 x 10 x 3.5 inches.

Learn About Life Program (Model Lal-21Q)

The Learn About Life Program, model LAL-21Q, is a picture-based sexuality education tutorial and sexuality education aid designed to teach the primary concepts of human sexuality to students 9 years of age and older who have cognitive disabilities. The program is comprised of six units which may also be purchased separately: Your Body, My Body, teaches basic human anatomy, issues of privacy and discretion, and appropriate and inappropriate touch. Anatomically correct plastic male and female fig

Learn N' Dress Pooh

Learn N' Dress Pooh is an educational toy designed for use with children with cognitive and fine motor disabilities. Dressed in a colorful rain outfit, Pooh helps children learn colors as they help him identify the colors in his outfit when they sqeeze one hand. When they squeeze the other hand, children learn the basics of dressing by buttoning pockets, zipping the jacket, and tying and buckling boots. When Pooh's nose is pressed, he asks the child to count from one to ten with him.

Learn The Basics: What Doesn’t Belong?

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.

Learn To Talk

Learn to Talk is a voice output flash card program, a language, reading and vocabulary tutorial program and a speech training program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, hearing, learning, physical, or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) was developed by a speech therapist to allow a parent to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to facilitate language development in children with specific language impairments such as re

Learn With Me Laptop Computer

The Learn with Me Laptop Computer is an educational toy designed for use by children ages three years of age and up with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This unit features Barbie teaching leters, animals,seasons, an numbers interactively. Features include working keys, a mouse that is used to answer yes/no and true/false questions, and positive phrases and fun melodies that reward correct responses. The screen imitates a classroom blackboard and includes Barbie sitting at a

Learning Baby Tad (Model 8030)

Learning Baby Tad, model 8030, is a switch operated toy designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. When a connected capability switch (not included)is activated, the toy can access more than ten messages and lively songs that introduce the child to the alphabet, counting, body parts, and music movement. COLOR: Green. POWER: Uses 3 triple-A batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 11 x 6 x 9.5 inches.

Learning Drum

The Learning Drum is an educational toy for teaching the alphabet and counting skills to children with cognitive or learning disabilities. As the child taps the drum, letters, numbers, and patterns flash on its top. The drum has four learning modes (ABC, 123, Interactive Song, and Follow the Beat), with three background melodies and two drum sounds. Beating the drum to music and lights stimulates the senses and develops motor skills and awareness of cause and effect. The drum has a child-size ha

Learning Game Board

Learning Game Board is a customizable game board for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. This is a blank, magnetic, dry erase game board has four player positions – two that have been specially adapted with large activation buttons for choosing among the four play spaces in front of a player. For those who need to use their own switches, the board also has switch inputs at these two positions. The Learning Game Board is dry erase so it can be used over and over again f

Learning Sensations Alphaspinner

The Learning Sensations AlphaSpinner is a voice output spelling tutorial device designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner enables children to "dial up" letters, hear their phonetic sounds, hear an associated word, and more. Once the basics are mastered, children can move to the next level and learn spelling. Users can quiz themselves or simply enjoy learning letters with sounds and music.

Learning Sensations Numberspinner

The Learning Sensations NumberSpinner is a math skills game designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner incorporates three learning modes that help children recognize how numbers look and sound, learn to count, and learn number sequencing. When children are ready to progress, a button switches the learning mode to simple addition and subtraction. Music and sound add to the fun.

Learning Sensations Play With Letters Desk

Learning Sensations Play with Letters Desk is a tactile discrimination training and sensory integration activity designed for use by children with visual, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. This preschool desk incorporates touch, sight, and sound to teach the alphabet, phonics, spelling, rhyming, and introductory reading skills. It features a rectangular desktop with storage space for 26 textured and Braille-labeled letters, a carrying handle, a writing surface, dry eraser, spelling and p

Learning Skills And Study Strategies - Special Edition Revised

Learning Skills and Study Strategies - Special Edition Revised is an academic tutorial program designed for use by students with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, or cognitive disabilities. This system consists of a study skills assessment program on CD-ROM and a reproducible activity book that provides activities for teaching the skills and strategies assessed. The Assessment CD-ROM identifies instructional needs and generates a diagnostic profile, a narrative report, and an in

Learning Wrap-Ups

Learning Wrap-Ups are alphabet and math skills games designed for use with children with fine motor, neurological, and cognitive disabilities. Each set (sold separately), includes 10 boards with notches running the length of each side. Adjacent to each notch, is a letter or number and the user draws a string from one notch to another and wraps the string around the appropriately corresponding notch to solve a problem. Sets include the alphabet, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. The alph

Let's Go Read! An Island Adventure

Let's Go Read! An Island Adventure is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and other cognitive disabilities and physical disabilities. This program incorporates speech recognition software to enable students to direct computer actions using their voices. They can also listen to their own voices as they read the 12 interactive books incorporated into the program. This comprehensive program for beginning readers uses both phonics and whole language concepts, off

Let's Start Learning!

Let's Start Learning! is an academic tutorial program designed to provide the essentials for learning for individuals with a learning disability. This program is multisubject with five different ctivities; multisensory, encouraging children's senses both on and off the computer; and multilevel with four level changes. It helps children to build preschool skills with letters, numbers, shapes, and patterns through interactive play. The audio combined with graphics and animation encourages children

Letter Factory Game

The Letter Factory Game is a board game designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities ages three and above. It has a "grow-with-me" format that makes the Letter Factory Game two games: a color and letter matching game for younger players, and for older children it turns into a race around the board to find letters by their sounds, teaching letter sound association. Crazy phonics songs, wacky Professor Quigley's voice and silly letter sounds make this a game one where no re

Letter Perfect

Letter Perfect is a language training system designed for use by children with cognitive and learning disabilities. To use the system, a clear plastic grid is placed over one of the colorful pattern cards and then letter tiles are placed on the grid to match the words underneath. The set includes 89 letter tiles, eight picture pattern cards, a blank card for customized lessons, the grid, and instructions.

Letterschool

LetterSchool is a math tutorial program and a writing skills training program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with learning, upper extremity or fine motor disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child handwriting while playing a game. The child will learn about writing, counting and phonics of letters and numbers. LetterSchool allows the child to practice these skills as he or

Lexiflow

Lexiflow is a voice output electronic book player program designed for use by publishers of books and student assessments. This program enables publishers to create talking Flash eBooks and assessments that are accessible to students who require read-aloud support. Pages are converted from PDF to talking Adobe Flash for playback using the free Adobe Flash Player. Books are displayed in an exact representation of the printed content on PC or Mac in any industry standard Internet browser. In addit

Life-Links Communication Suite

The Life-Links Communication Suite is a communicator program and academic and language tutorial designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities and severe nerological or physical disabilities. This suite includes the progressive language development offerings of Language-Links (see separate entry) covering both pragmatic and semantically based approaches to the comprehensive capabilities of the Language-Links, Symbol-Links and Text-Links packages. Also included are the

Link 'n' Spell Magnetic Letters And Numbers

Link 'N' Spell Magnetic Letters and Numbers are letters and numbers designed for use by children with low vision, cognitive disabilities, or low vision. The magnetic pieces fit together and link to for letter or number patterns, words, or mathematical problems. One large letter, number, or operator is printed on each piece. Sets of 50 uppercase letters, 50 lowercase letters, and 35 numbers and operations are available. COLOR: Pieces are orange, green, red, yellow, blue, or white. The letters,

Listen And Do, Levels 1 & 2

Listen and Do, Levels 1 & 2, is an auditory training activity designed for use with children with cognitive or neurological disabilities. Each set includes activities designed to enable students to work on familiar sound recognition, discrimination between sounds, and paying attention to detail. Included are six cassettes with 24 15-minute lessons, and 12 self-checking reproducible activities. Level 1 is intended for individuals with a cognitive age of five to seven years and Level 2 is des

Literacy Cube (Model 4067C)

The Literacy Cube, model 4067C, is an educational aid designed for use by individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities. Used like dice, whatever image lands on top is the subject of the discussion. It can be used to improve vocabulary, letter recognition, sound recognition, and literacy skills. This large cube has six clear plastic pockets hold pictures, words, or letters (not included). The pockets can also store extra pictures. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 inches square.

Little Music Maker (Model 1443)

The Little Music Maker, model 1443, is a sensory integration activity designed to introduce children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities to the world of music. It features a square plastic base, three oversized keyboard keys, two oversized guitar strings, a large dial to select one of three different percussion sounds, and a disk that makes scratching sounds when twisted. Children can play three pre-programmed tunes or simply tap, strum, push, or pull any of the butto

Little People Animal Sounds Zoo

The Little People Animal Sounds Zoo is an educational toy designed for use by children age twelve months and up with neurological, fine motor, visual, or cognitive disabilities. This interactive playset includes chunky pieces for ease in grasping and pressing the animal footprints in the zoo habitat produces animal sounds. Children can help the zookeeper feed the polar bear, monkey, seal, lion, and elephant with the included "food." Removable fences open and close. The zookeeper and his truck ar

Little People Growing Smart Farmyard

The Little People Growing Smart Farmyard is an educational toy designed for use by children ages 18 months to five years of age with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. Farmer Jed teaches animals, colors, and math skills as children learn to recognize and count animals and their corresponding sounds. The quiz mode has four levels of questioning with nearly 400 phrases that teach, question, and encourage learning. Light-up numbers and animals provide visual stimulation and seven

Little People Growing Smart Keyboard

The Little People Growing Smart Keyboard is an educational toy designed for use by children ages two to five years of age with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This musical keyboard teaches letters, colors, numbers, and music using S.M.A.R.T. Chip technology. Guided by Fisher-Price Little People's Eddie, children are encouraged to learn to play such familiar songs as "Old MacDonald," "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and others; the songs may be played by note, by color, or by follow

Little People Growing Smart Lap Top Computer

The Little People Growing Smart Lap Top Computer is an educational toy designed for use by children ages two to five years of age with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This toy features an engaging keyboard that teaches letters, numbers, colors, and shapes. S.M.A.R.T. Chip technology teaches and then quizzes on those four topics with nearly 900 phrases that teach, question, prompt, and provide positive reinforcement. Affirmative phrases and fun melodies reward correct answer

Little People Growing Smart Telephone

The Little People Growing Smart Telephone is an educational toy designed for use by children ages two to five years of age with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This telephone teaches number recognition, Little People characters' occupation, sequencing, dialing, and learning to dial the child's home phone number. Features include light-up telephone keys, sound effects, and 10 built-in preschool songs. The child progresses through five quiz modes, each with four levels of diff

Little People Musical Zoo Train

The Little People Musical Zoo Train is an educational toy designed for use by children age twelve months and up with neurological, fine motor, visual, or cognitive disabilities. When the train is pulled along, a teeter-tooter on one care goes up and down, the giraffe in another car spins, and pressing the dtiver activates the song "If I Could Talk to the Animals," complete with a tiger that roars, a parrot that squawks, and a giraffe munching lunch. The cars can also be played with seperately.

Little Smart Super Smarty

The Little Smart Super Smarty is a switch operated toy designed for use by children ages 3.5 to six years of agewith upper extremity or cognitive dis abilities. The toy looks like a robot and uses 12 two-sided activity cards to review letters, numbers, spelling, simple math, shapes, matching, colors, and more. The liquid crystal display (LCD) gives clear, simple directions and shows fun animations. Ten LED lights mark the question being asked and the correct answer. After each correct answer, th

Living Books Library

The Living Books Library is a language and math tutorial program designed to demonstrate the power of language to explore, express, learn and communicate for individuals who are developmentally or physically disabled. This package in particular is designed to assist educators with integrating the Living Books CD-ROM titles into the classroom curriculum. The four programs include: Just Grandma and Me, where students take an interactive reading trip to the beach; Arthur's Teacher Trouble, an engag

Looking For Words

Looking for Words is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. This CD-ROM software program uses graphics, audio, and animation to teach community, home, and school words. As children move from one area to another, they learn the words associated with that area; whenever an object is clicked on, it names itself. This program features adjustable difficulty levels and enables the creation of word lists to be searched for. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Ma

Looking For Words Intellikeys Bundle

The Looking for Words IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the software from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. The program uses color graphics, animation, and audio to introduce users to hundreds of words from three environments--the community, the school, and the home. Three modes

Looking Good Language Kit (Model Lk-Lg)

The Looking Good Language Kit, model LK-LG, is a personal skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. All activities in this unit address grooming concepts. This kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (Boardmaker), and an interactive computer book, created with Classroom Suite by IntelliTools, that combines text, pictures, speech and sound. Both

Loop, The

The Loop is an eye hand coordination activity designed for very young children with physical, neurological, visual, and cognitive disabilities. Clear, soft, glitter-filled plastic tubular "tracks" form an open sphere and large balls, discs, and rings on the tubes provide auditory, visual, and tactile stimulation as they slide and rattle. The toy is designed for ease in grasping and it can be squeezed and twisted.

Lotto Tech

Lotto Tech is an auditory game designed for use with children with neurological and developmental disabilities. This game features two-piece pictures of color-matched vehicles and animals that, when correctly matched and inserted into the reader, trigger the corresponding sound. Combinations of colors and patterns on the picture cards afford additional cues. The set has 12 vehicle sounds and 12 animal voices. POWER: Uses 2 double-A batteries (not included).

Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (Lotca)-2Nd Edition

The Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment (LOCTA)-2nd Edition is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed for use with persons with traumatic head injuries or strokes disabilities. The LOTCA test provides tools for primary assessment and ongoing evaluation to determine a reliable profile of the subject's cognitive abilities. Requiring 30 to 45 minutes to administer and score, 20 comprehensive tests assess the extent of cognitive dysfunction in the areas of orientation, visual

Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment Geriatric (Lotca-G)

The Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Assessment Geriatric (LOCTA-G) is a cognitive rehabilitation evaluation program designed for use as part of an ongoing occupational therapy evaluation and treatment plan for geriatric clients with traumatic head injuries or strokes. The LOTCA-G test provides tools for primary assessment and ongoing evaluation to determine a reliable profile of the subject's cognitive abilities. Requiring 30 to 45 minutes to administer and score, 20 comprehensive tests assess t

Lower Case - Lite

Lower Case – Lite is a perceptual training and pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to learn to recognize lowercase letters. The app has three sections: "Training," "Trial," and "Reinforcement." In the "Training" section, pictures of lowercase letters are shown on the scree

Magic Mirror Cube

The Magic Mirror Cube is a perceptual training activity designed for use with young children with physical and neurological disabilities. The soft cube closes with Velcro and it opens to reveal four framed acrylic mirrors on four different surfaces. The cube may be arranged in a variety of ways around a child seated on the floor for self-discovery or visual stimulation activities. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches. COLOR: Each cube surface is a different color.

Magic Talking Blocks

Magic Talking Blocks are an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or physical disabilities. This set consists of two large blocks with part of a picture on each face (i.e., the front end of a cow on one face of one block and the back end of the cow on one face of the other block). When the blocks are properly matched to form a complete picture, the blocks make the corresponding sound, such a "moo" for the cow. One set of blocks depicts six animals and the oth

Magic Telephone (Model 1444)

The Magic Telephone, model 1444, is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This telephone stimulates language development in children. A child simply presses a button, speaks, and the phone will reply in the child's own voice. Features include a large plastic handset, large "record" and "answer" buttons, ringing sounds, and a flashing antenna that makes fun sounds when pushed or pulled. POWER: Uses three tripple A batteries (not

Magnet Express Magnetic Maze

The Magnet Express Magnetic Maze is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with fine motor, neurological, or cognitive disabilities. The maze is carved in the wooden base and topped with clear plastic. The child uses the attached magnetic wands to guide metal bals sealed under the top through the maze. Moving the balls through the maze develops patterns for writing and recognition of up, down, right, and left. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2 x 12 x 15 inches. WEIGHT: 2 pounds.

Magnetic Letters And Numbers

Magnetic Letters and Numbers are educational toys designed for use by children with fine motor, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. Three sets are available: 35 numbers, 50 uppercase letters, and 50 lowercase letters (each sold separately). Designed for use on any magnetic surface, these pieces link together to form words or equations. The physical activity of linking combines fine motor skill development with letter and number recognition and math and language skill development.

Make Sentences

Make Sentences is a reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child sentence construction from a collection of words. Play settings such as a timer and question order (random or sequence) can be customized to suit an individual child’s learning pace and needs. The app shows how t

Making Language Visible

Making Language Visible is a language tutorial and training program designed for use by children with communication disabilities. The CD has programs that prepare the child for beginning communication and interaction, including eight simple, interactive IntelliPics Studio (see entry) activities that can be used with a single switch, mouse, touch window, or IntelliKeys (see entry). Activities include Goldilocks, Three Piggies, Three Fishies, Three Duckies, Animal Fun, Number Fun, Twinkle, Twinkle

Making Picture Recipes (Model 1-03450-00)

Making Picture Recipes, model 1-03450-00, is an independent living skills lesson authoring program designed for use by teachers of children who are blind or have low vision. The program includes 257 bold-line illustrations of common foods and ingredients, cooking equipment, and cooking processes, which can be used to provide cooking instruction for non-readers and beginning readers with low vision. The cards come with a storage box with index tabs, an instruction manual with hints for creating r

Map Me - Lite

Map Me – Lite is an academic tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad or an Android device to teach a child to identify the names, shapes, and locations of all 50 U.S. states and their capitals. The app shows individual U.S. states, highlighted on a map, one at a time on the screen, with their abbreviations and capital

Marvel Math

Marvel Math is a math tutorial program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. This program enables teachers to create multi-media versions of math tests. Tests can be created by converting a printed test or math book page into an electronic test, or the program can generate questions based on the teacher's specifications. The program supports addition, subtraction, multiplication, division with or without remainders, exponents, and decimals. Test questions can be presente

Match And Stack Peg Board

The Match and Stack Peg Board is a pegboard designed for use by children with fine motor, neurological, or cognitive disabilities. This set has a plastic board with large holes and large easy-to-manipulate pegs in five shapes. The pegs fit into the holes in the base or they can be stacked on top of one another. COLORS: The pegs come in five colors.

Match Pix

Match Pix is educational game software designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This program contains six games that teach children to read over 150 words important for beginning readers. Words are organized in fourteen player-selectable word groups such as animals, numbers, and colors, each with 10 or more words. Three games (Matchup, Tic Tac Toe, and Bingo) match pictures to printed words, while three other games present words by American Sign Language signs, fingerspellin

Materials On Utilization Of Low Vision - Diagnostic Kit (Models 8-50600-00 & 8-50590-00)

Materials on Utilization of Low Vision (ULV) - Diagnostic Kit is a visual skills assessment program designed for use by individuals with low vision. This assessment tool can be used to determine if a student's residual vision is being fully utilized. It consists of two kits purchased separately. The Teacher's Kit (model 8-50600-00) includes a Teacher's Guide; a Visual Efficiency Scale and Directions for Administration; a Profile of Visual Skills and Behavior; and a Record of Performance on Visua

Math Rabbit

Math Rabbit is an academic program designed to build early math skills while enriching appreciation of numbers for individuals who are developmentally handicapped. Students explore basic number concepts and develop skills in counting, adding, subtracting, and recognizing number relationships and patterns. They begin by matching sets of objects to numbers, then progress to adding and subtracting numbers up to 18. At the most advanced level, students add and subtract two-digit numbers. Program com

Math...to Go

Math...To Go! is an auditory output, electronic educational toy designed to help children develop skills in equation solving, math tables, and critical-thinking problems while practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The toys memory has more than 50,000 math problems on three challenge levels. Correct answers are rewarded with musical tunes and graphics on the 7-character LCD display. The toy also has a calculator built-in so the device can be used to complete school less

Mathpad

MathPad is a math tutorial program designed for use by individuals wih physical, learning, or visual disabilities. This program enables students to solve basic arithmetic problems--addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division--on the computer in the same way they would solve them using a pencil and paper. MathPad displays the problems in the appropriate vertical format, displays the student's work, and requires student to decide when to regroup or when to show a remainder. Accessible with

Mathpad By Voice

MathPad By Voice is a voice input version of MathPad (see separate entry) designed for students who have upper extremity disabilities. MathPad By Voice enables students with upper extremity disabilities to do classroom arithmetic exercises and homework, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, through voice input. MathPad by Voice also reads back the student's work and checks his or her answers. Work can be saved or printed. Teachers can also use MathPad By Voice to prepare

Mathtalk / Scientific Notebook

MathTalk / Scientific Notebook (MT/SN) is a combination of voice input and Braille output software configured to make Scientific Notebook 4.0 accessible to students and teachers who are blind or have low vision, or who have upper extremity disabilities. Scientific Notebook is a mathematical word processing program suitable for math and science reports, homework, and exams. It allows the user to create attractive documents that seamlessly combine text, mathematics, and graphics. Scientific Notebo

Matti Mole's Summer Holiday

Matti Mole's Summer Holiday is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Available in a home user version or a single-user school version, this animated storybook incorporates language activities and games throughout its eleven chapters and Matti Mole nods and provides encouragement throughout. Sixteen activities help students learn capital letters, periods, compound words, alphabetical order, tenses, questions, parts of speech, and rhyming

Max And The Machines

Max and the Machines is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program, which runs entirely from the CD-ROM, introduces children to Max, Magpie, and Selma as they develop skills in sorting, matching, and sequencing. Users move through a six-chapter story featuring diverse characters and families. Colors, letters, words and pictures are explored with a mouse click and rhymes enliven instruction and narration. The level of difficulty

Maximania

Maximania is a problem and academic tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. The six-chapter story of Max, Goober, Magpie, Selma, and the Flying Boot offers graphics, animation, and music to enliven puzzles, games, and problem-solving activities. Characters often speak in rhyme and each chapter contains matching, sorting, sequencing, and comprehension activities that help students develop essential literacy and thinking skills. Teachers and students have the op

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Mickey's Race Track (Model 8012)

Mickey’s Race Track, model 8012, is a switch- activated toy car designed for use by children with severe physical, mobility, or upper extremity disabilities. In this toy, Mickey Mouse drives a car around a track. When a capability switch (not included) is activated, Mickey moves his head and arms, talks, and counts. When the car is moving forward, Mickey counts from one to twenty. Turn the car around and he counts backwards. POWER: Car uses 3 double-A batteries; track uses 4 double-A batteries.

Microworlds

Microworlds is a reading tutorial program designed for use by children with learning disabilities. Children explore the house and garden with Sam and Jo, their animated guides. Interactive activities in a colorful environment help develop early skills. Activities include simple matching games, decision-making activities, and early reading exercises. Users can feed birds, water flowers, have a bath, and design a room as they develop mouse control and early reading skills. The program offers full

Mightymind & Supermind

MightyMind and SuperMind are training systems for sorting / matching / and assembly designed for use by children with cognitive and neurological disabilities. Children practice sorting, organizing and color, size, and shape discrimination while creating patterns to match the pattern cards. Both sets include 32 geometric wood shapes and 30 pattern cards. The patterns begin with those that are simpler and progress to those that are more challenging. MightyMind is designed for children ages three a

Milbat Memory Game

The Milbat Memory Game is a perception game designed for use by children with cognitive or neurological disabilities. Made of wood and Plexiglas, the game requires players to draw metal balls through the maze with a magnet to place the balls in the holes according to the pattern on the included cards. OPTIONS: Hand strap for the magnet.

Millie's Math House

Millie's Math House is an academic tutorial program designed to teach math concepts to individuals who have a learning disability. It has lively characters, colorful graphics and music to capture children's imaginations while they learn fundamental skills and concepts in six interactive activities. Reading is not required because all of the instructions and feedback are spoken or represented graphically. Students learn by experimenting with numbers, patterns, and shapes. The program has built in

Mind Your Manners Language Kit (Model Lk-Mym)

The Mind Your Manners Language Kit, model LK-MYM, is a personal skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. The program contains a book that teaches good manners, written using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols (Boardmaker). Topics include remembering to cover your mouth when you cough, use a napkin to wipe your messy face, and talk with an inside voice. Students review appropriate behavior using a computer story with

Mini Play Cube

The Mini Play Cube is a sensory busy box designed to provide children with sensory, cognitive, or neurological disabilities with sensory stimulation. This purposeful-play toy helps children learn counting, encourages cooperative play, and reinforces color recognition and hand/eye coordination skills. The unit includes a mini bead roller coaster, a pathfinder, a magnetic circle, a ziggidy zag racer, and a counting abacus. The cube is made of wood with metal attachments. DIMENSIONS(HxLxW): 24 x 12

Mini Wood Grocery Products (Model G316)

Mini Wood Grocery Products, model G316, is an independent living skills tutorial and educational toy for children and adults with cognitive disabilities. The Grocery Products depict items of personal care and food commonly found in a grocery store, including ketchup, soap, paper towels, cookies, bread, butter, toothpaste, apple juice, BandAids, cereal, milk and cheese. The play items provide opportunities to learn about personal care and nutrition, shopping and independent living needs, by playi

Minimal Pair Pack

Minimal Pair Pack is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by therapists and teachers working with individuals who have communication or speech disabilities. This program allows a person to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to practice speech sound discrimination and production with flash card style tasks. The app targets the following speech sounds in the initial position of words: p, b, m, n, t, d, k, g, f, v, s, z, dz (as in jam), j (as in yacht), w,

Money Skills Language Kit (Model Lk-Ms)

The Money Skills Language Kit, model LK-MS, is a money skills and language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities. This program teaches users to identify coins and a dollar bill and to understand their value. Reinforcement and practice are provided with BINGO and tic-tac-toe games, matching worksheets, and a songboard in which students take real money out of a wallet. The kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary, repetitive lines,

Monkey's Uncle Reading Game

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY" ----- PURPOSE: To assist individuals with low vision or blindness in learning to read Braille. A version of "Old Maid," the cards, created on index cards, have animals' names written on them in Braille and print. One card has a fuzzy-textured red or other brigh color circle on it and is the "Monkey's Uncle." All of the cards are dealt face down among at least three players. Players remove and set aside any pairs in their hands. The player to the left of the dealer draws a c

Monkeys Jumping On The Bed

Monkeys Jumping on the Bed is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive or vision disabilities. Large graphics help learners focus on the the action and a variety of concepts are introduced through enjoyable activities: Cause and effect is introduced in Let's Play and visual discrimination is emphasized in Find the Number Set and Find the Color. Other activities teach six colors, numbers, and number words. This program may be accessed with a mouse, a single swit

More Fun With Directions Hd

More Fun With Directions HD is a voice output language, vocabulary tutorial program and a cause and effect and behavior training program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice listening, auditory memory and auditory processing as well as following directions and learning co

More Fun With Directions Hd Lite

More Fun With Directions HD Lite is a voice output language, vocabulary tutorial program and a cause and effect and behavior training program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice listening, auditory memory and auditory processing as well as following directions and learni

Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Revised (Mvpt-R)

The Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Revised (MVPT-R) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children from four years to 11 years, 11 months of age with learning, cognition, motor, or physical disabilities. An expanded version of the original MVPT, this test assesses visual perception. The complete set includes 40 test plates, a manual, and 50 recording forms in a vinyl folder. OPTIONS: The test plates, sets of 50 recording forms, and the manual are also available separately.

Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Vertical (Mvpt-V)

The Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, Vertical (MVPT-V) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with adults with stroke or brain injury. Adapted from the original MVPT, this test assesses visual perception, presenting stimuli vertically at the visual midline. This provides accurate assessment of perceptual abilities in adults who may have hemified visual neglect (HVN). Raw scores are converted to standardized scores and norm tables are presented for adults with or without a history

Multi-Gym Walker (Model 1598)

The Multi-Gym Walker, model 1598, is a sensory integration and balance training activity designed for use with infants and toddlers with neurological or sensory disabilities. This toy features a plastic base, four plastic wheels, and a activity center with suitable activities for various stages of a baby's growth. As an activity gym, it encourages infants to recognize sounds and dangling shapes. As a walker, this toy helps toddlers balance their first steps. It also easily converts into a baby d

Multi-Scan

Multi-SCAN is a single switch activity center designed for individuals who have alearning disability and are limited to the use of a single switch. It features the four educational DINO-GAMES (see separate entry) in one complete package. On top of that there are five fraphic libraries appropriate for a wide range of ages and abilities. The catagories include Animals, Cosmetology, Independent Living, Sports and Vocations. Multi-SCAN allows you to select a graphic library, choose games and set a s

Musical Fantasy

The Musical Fantasy is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This toy consists of large, colorful balls on springs mounted on a musical base. Once the base is wound, the balls and springs on top rotate as music plays. The motion of the rotation causes the balls to wave and clack together. The balls can also be set in motion by gentle or random hand movements by the child. DIMENSIONS: The base is six inches in diamet

Musical Hands Mat

The Musical Hands Mat is a sensory integration activity designed for children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This lightweight mat can be spread out on any flat surface and features eight musical keys with a textured hand print on each one of them. When one or more of the handprints is pressed, musical notes or animal sounds are heard. For an added challenge, children can also follow the flashing lights above the keys to play songs. POWER: Uses two double-A batte

Musical Snail (Model1114)

The Musical Snail, model 1114, is a touch operated toy designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. Useful for for auditory and color recognition, this toy enables children to make musical notes by pushing the large colored buttons. Users can also learn to play songs by following the colors on the musical cards. The toy also has eight pre-recorded songs that can played by pressing the auto play mode, then activating one of the buttons. POWER: Uses 2 double-A

My Body Language Kit Plus (Model Lk-Mb)

My Body Language Kit Plus, model LK-MB, is an academic and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. Major body parts and organs are highlighted in all parts of this unit, which includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols; an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech and sound; a songboard, word cards, and vocabulary games; and reproducible worksheets that add

My First Clock

My First Clock is a two-sided teaching clock designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. The free-standing soft foam clock has a standard clock face with movable cloth hands on one side and 12 numbered pie-shaped compartments on the other. When a compartment is opened, the time and a corresponding design is revealed. The clock is machine washable and dryer safe and includes a zippered vinyl storage bag. DIMENSIONS (WxH): 11 x 14 inches. COLOR: Multi-colored.

My House: Language Activities Of Daily Living

My House is an independent living skills and language tutorial software program designed to encourage discovery, learning, and communication about the objects of daily living for students with developmental, physical, or language learning disabilities or those with autism, traumatic brain injury, or aphasia. The program is designed to enhance functional language skills, increase understanding of objects and their functions or descriptions, and build independence as students identify objects by n

My School: Language Activities Of Daily Living

My School: Language Activities of Daily Living is an independent living skills and language tutorial software program designed to encourage discovery, learning, and communication about the objects of daily living for students with developmental, physical, or language learning disabilities or those with autism, traumatic brain injury or aphasia. The program is designed to enhance functional language skills, increase understanding of objects and their functions or descriptions, and build independe

My Town: Language Activities Of Daily Living

My Town: Language Activites of Daily Activity is an independent living skills and language tutorial software program designed to encourage discovery, learning, and communication about the objects of daily living for students with developmental, physical, or language learning disabilities or those with autism, traumatic brain injury, or aphasia. The program is designed to enhance functional language skills, increase understanding of objects and their functions or descriptions, and build independe

My Words - Lite

My Words – Lite is a reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to learn sight words. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections. Each section includes a "Learn" part and a "Play" part. Selected sight words are shown, one at a time, with audio prom

Mystery Of The Superintendent's House

The Mystery of the Superintendent's House is a sign language training game designed for use by children and adults who are deaf or who otherwise know sign language. Designed for two players through a large group in team aged 10 and up, this game uses a signed videotape to present the mystery of the superintendent's house which the players must solve before the house is torn down

Name Recognition And Writing Activity

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To assist children with cognitive, learning, severe physical, or neurological disabilities with letter and name recognition and fine motor development. Large paper keybpards are created. Students locate and touch the beginning letters of their names and practice writing their names. MATERIALS: Paper. TOOLS: Pen or marker. SKILLS REQUIRED: Drawing and lettering. AUTHOR: Robinson, B. TITLE: Assistive Technology Ideas that Work. WEB SITE: cenmi.org/mits/downloads/

Nearpod

Nearpod is an application designed for teachers of children with learning disabilities that promotes technology integration during lessons and allows students to follow along with the lesson on their iPads. This app allows teachers to share their presentations, control students’ activity, assess students, and track progress. Teachers must create an account at www.nearpod.com and download the app on the students’ iPads. Once the teacher creates an account, they can explore the website for pre-mad

Neobaby 1 Grip 'n Grasp (Model 6700)

Neobaby 1 Grip 'N Grasp, model 6700, is a sensory integration activity designed to stimulate the development of babies with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. Made of a soft, pliable material, Grip 'N Grasp is a teething ring with a knobby surface to encourage holding, grasping, and nibbling. Other features include a Y-shaped base in the center of the ring with large knobs in various sizes. Each knob is designed to teach babies the concepts of size, shape, and color thr

Neobaby 2 Pick 'n Pull (Model 6706)

Neobaby 2 Pick 'N Pull, model 6706, is a sensory integration activity designed to stimulate the development of babies with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. Apealing to a baby's fascination with colors and sounds, Pick 'N Pull stimulates the development of the senses through touch, sight, and hearing. Made of plastic, this toy features a circular base with nodules in various shapes, sizes, textures, and colors on it. Some of them make noise. Others can be pulled and som

Neobaby 3 Spin 'n Grin (Model 6702)

Neobaby 3 Spin 'N Grin, model 6702, is a sensory integration activity designed to stimulate the mental and physical development of babies with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. Made of plastic, Spin 'N Grin is a spinning toy shaped like a flying saucer with a large spinner on the top, two eyes, two big plastic ears, and a plastic tail. By spinning all or part of the toy, including the body, ears, and tail, children are encouraged to strengthen large muscle groups. Focu

Neobaby 4 Twist 'n Turn (Model 6703)

Neobaby 4 Twist 'N Turn, model 6703, is a sensory integration activity designed to stimulate the development of children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. Made of a soft, pliable material, Twist 'N Turn is shaped like a rocket with moveable arms and two knob-shaped antennae. Children are encouraged to heighten their eye-hand coordination by twisting each of the rocket's three segments. When a segment has been sucessfully twisted, it makes a clicking sound. COLOR:

Noah's Ark Memory Game

The Noah's Ark Memory Game is a memory improvement activity designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. The game designed for up to four players, also helps develop matching skills and aids players in learning to recognize animals. Each player is given an ark card with the goal of filling it with pairs of male and female animals. Each pair shows the same species, but in subtly different ways. The set includes four ark cards, 48 animal cards, and a guide.

Nouns & Sounds

Nouns & Sounds is a language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, language-learning disabilities, and cochlear implants. This program encourages the development of listening skills, auditory discrimination skills, and short-term auditory and visual memory skills as users match common environmental sounds to appropriate realistic pictures. Using Optimized Intervention technology, the program begins with an assessment to determine which sou

Number Find - Lite

Number Find – Lite is a perceptual training program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to recognize numbers. The app starts with a training session where all the numbers being taught in the session will be shown one by one on the screen. Next, the child is asked to identify the correct number from

Numicon Firm Foundations Kit Class Kit

Numicon Firm Foundations Kit Class Kit is a teaching aid to help teachers of young people with down syndrome. It is designed to help by giving the teachers practical ideas to help develop the childrens' understanding of numbers and number relationships. This program of activities helps to develop concept images of numbers through learning the Numicon Shapes and Patterns; recognizing and ordering numerals, and learning their values; and beginning practical addition and subtraction. The Assessment

Nuts And Bolts

Nuts and Bolts is a hand eye coordination activity designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This activity enhances fine motor skills as children twist the large, smooth bolts. This set includes 12 nuts and 12 bolts. COLOR: The nuts and bolts are bright red, green, blue, and yellow.

O&M Tactile Graphics (Model 1-20100-00)

O&M Tactile Graphics, model 1-20100-00, is a tactile graphics kit for orientation and mobility training designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The tactile grapics in this kit can be used to teach orientation and mobility concepts, compass directions, clock locations, and navigating outside and inside. The kit includes 10 high- contrast print/tactile graphics and a Teacher's Guide in print and braille, which provides ideas on lesson planning using the graphics.

Odd One Out Pack

Odd One Out Pack is a voice output flash card program and a language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by therapists and teachers working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, hearing, learning, or physical disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to help children work on semantic reasoning skills. The app covers a range of everyday semantic categories and comes with thre

Odyssey Iii Talking Globe

The Odyssey III Talking Globe is an interactive educational toy designed for teaching geography to children with learning disabilities or low vision. The globe may also be adapted for the use of blind children by applying tactile markers such as High Marks, high dots, or Wikki Stix (see separate entries). When a spot on the Odyssey III globe is touched with a special pen that comes with the globe, a clear synthesized voice speaks the name of the city, state, country or ocean that has been touche

Odysseyware

OdysseyWare is a math, science, language arts, history, and geography curriculum program designed for use by children with learning disabilities. This multimedia curriculum program automatically performs teacher tasks such as grading, lesson planning, and record keeping. It covers the four core subjects of Language Arts, Math, History and Geography, and Science, plus a variety of electives, including Spanish, Consumer Math, and Health. The curricuum can be configured for use in a classroom (mult

Off We Go - Going On A Plane

Off We Go - Going on a Plane is an independent living skills, personal skills, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help prepare a child for travelling on a plane. The child will see what is likely to happen and hear some of the typical sounds that they would hear during their journey t

Off We Go - Going On A Plane Hd

Off We Go - Going on a Plane HD is an independent living skills, personal skills, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad to help prepare a child for travelling on a plane. The child will see what is likely to happen and hear some of the typical sounds that they would hear during their journey through stories told

Off We Go - Going To The Dentist

Off We Go - Going to the Dentist is an independent living skills, personal skills, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help prepare a child for going to the dentist. The child will see what is likely to happen and hear some of the typical sounds that they would hear during the visit th

Off We Go - Going To The Dentist Hd

Off We Go - Going to the Dentist HD is an independent living skills, personal skills, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents working with children who have cognitive, communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent to use their Apple iPad to help prepare a child for going to the dentist. The child will see what is likely to happen and hear some of the typical sounds that they would hear during the visit through stories told

Old Macdonald's Farm Deluxe

Old MacDonald's Farm Deluxe is a language tutorial program designed for use with young children communication, cognitive, upper extrmity, and vision disabilities, as well as developmental delays. This program offers a variety of activities including the song with real pictures or cartoons, animal sounds, dot-to-dot, matching animals to line drawings, matching mothers to babies, matching animals to words, and two printable onscreen books. This program utilizes switch operation, inverse switch ope

Old Macdonald's Farm I

Old MacDonald's Farm I is a pre-reading tutorial program and language tutorial program designed for children ages 18 months to 5 years. The program, based on the nursery song, has 3 levels: Level 1, allows the child to select any animal from the PowerPad (see separate entry) or IntelliKeys overlay; Level 2 requires the child to select the correct animal when prompted by its name; Level 3 has the child select the correct animal after hearing its sound. The complete set includes a program disk and

Old Macdonald's Farm Overlays

Teach Me to Talk Overlays are language tutorial program overlays designed for use with Intellikeys (see separate entry). The hybrid CD-ROM includes all 45 overlayss necessary to use the Old MacDonald's Farm Deluxe (see separate entry) program with Intellikeys. Also included are key codes and graphics for designing custom overlays. The overlays can also be adapted for games and other activities. COMPATIBILITY: The hybrid CD-ROM includes versions for use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible compute

Olfactory Sensory Evaluation Kit, The

The Olfactory Sensory Evaluation Kit is an assessment evaluation test designed to test all five senses of children and adults with disabilities. Also designed to be used as a therapeutic tool, the kit affords the opportunity to interact with a variety of photo cards and scents. The kit includes 27 scratch-and-sniff sheets, 27 corresponding photo cards, and 27 screw-top jars. One of the scented sheets is placed on top of one of the jar caps and matched with the appropriate photo (apple, orange,

Oops, Holey Socks

Oops, Holey Socks is an independent living skills tutorial game designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. Appropriate for males and females from teens through seniors, the game requires players to match cards to pictures on the game disk and discuss the piece of clothing or grooming aid depicted and its use. The game includes two game disks (one male and one female version), two decks of cards, dice, 20 clothespins, and an instruction manual.

Oral And Written Language Scales (Owls)

The Oral and Written Language Scales (OWLS) is an assessment designed for use in evaluation of children with communication, learning, or speech disabilities. This individually administered assessment includes a Listening Comprehension Scale (LCS) that measures receptive language skills; an Oral Expression Scale (OES) that measures expressive language skills; and a Written Expression scale (WE). The OWLS LC/OE and WE Complete Test Kit has all three scales and the OWLS LC/OE Kit includes the two o

Padded Vehicles

Padded Vehicles is a language tutorial program and pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by 1 to 6 players, ages 18 months to 5 years. Using a PowerPad (see separate entry) or IntelliKeys overlay, the players identify ten vehicles: airplane, helicopter, motorcycle, car, truck, ambulance, garbage truck, fire engine, school bus, and police car in 2 levels of play. In level 1, the player selects any vehicle. In level 2, the player selects a vehicle that corresponds to a name prompt. The com

Paper Dolls I: Dress Me First

Paper Dolls I: Dress Me First is a pre-reading tutorial program, a personal skills tutorial program, a language tutorial program, and a training system for matching/sorting/assembly designed to teach children ages 18 months to 5 years classification and categorization, sequencing, and health and grooming. Users select from five items of clothing using the PowerPad (see separate entries) or IntelliKeys overlay, to dress a figure (either male or female). Included are shoes, socks, a jacket, a boy'

Parts Of A Whole Puzzle (Model 962)

The Parts of a Whole Puzzle, model 962, is an educational game and eye-hand coordination and perceptual training activity designed for use by children with upper extremity disabilities. This geometric shape maze has large knobbed pieces, each representing half of a geometric shape (a circle or a square). The child slides one half of a shape through the maze to match up with the other half. Messages can be pre-recorded so that when the child makes a correct match, the child is rewarded with a sto

Parts Of Speech

Parts of Speech is an academic, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program helps students increase grammar and vocabulary skills as they strengthen reading and writing ability. Parts Of Speech features 32 leveled lessons with more than 1,000 graded words, all of which are fully selectable by the teacher or parent at any time. Users can identify nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adv

Paws Signs Stories

Paws Signs Stories is an American Sign Language (ASL) training program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It consists of a computer software CD-ROM with five stories and 15 educational games (three for each story). The stories are designed to teach early ASL skills, including visual discrimination, facial expression, sign location, and signs accompanied by movement (classifiers). The stories use repetition, patterned language, and predictable structure to encourage ear

Pci Communicator, The

The PCI Communicator is a language tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. This audio card reader is designed to allow students to work at their own pace to acquire reading and language skills and works with pre-recorded cards with magnetic tape along the bottom edge or with those created by the teacher. The lightweight unit has a built-in carrying handle and includes a vinyl storage cover and a cleaning kit. POWER: Uses four C batteries

Peabody Developmental Motor Scales And Activity Cards (Pdms)

The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales and Activity Cards (PDMS) is an assessment evaluation test designed to assess early childhood motor development. Standardized on 617 children, this test provides both in-depth assessment of special needs and instructional plans for training/remediating gross and fine motor skills. Divided into a Gross Motor Scale and a Fine Motor Scale, the test evaluates grasping, hand use, eye-hand coordination, and finger dexterity. The instructional component is organiz

Peabody Individual Achievement Test - Revised - Normative Update (Piat-R/nu)

The Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised-Normative Update (PIAT-R/NU) is an assessment test designed for use by children with cognitive, learning, communication, or speech disabilities. This assessment measures individual academic achievement across six subtests. It can be used to identify specific learning disabilities, and its multiple-choice format allows a pointing response for most items. Only those items within the student’s range of difficulty are administered. The subtests include

Pediatric Evaluation Of Disability Inventory (Pedi)

The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) is a developmental assessment system designed for use with children with disabilities. This comprehensive clinical assessment of key functional capabilities and performance of children between the ages of six months and seven years can also be used to evaluate older children with functional abilities that are less than those expected of a 7-year-old child without disabilities. It is a descriptive measure of a child's current functional perf

Peekaboo House Small Knob Puzzle

The Peekaboo House Small Knob Puzzle is a wooden puzzle designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This puzzle depicts familiar objects inside and outside the house (cloud, tree, garage, door, closet, etc.) The background is a full-color house with cutouts trhat correspond to the knobbed pieces. There are pictures hidden behind each piece and the puzzle may also be used to teach connections between household rooms and their functions. The small knobs r

Periodic Table

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY" ----- PURPOSE: To assist individuals with low vision in using the Periodic Table of the Elements for classwork. To avoid laborious searching for atomic weights and numbers and symbols when the chart was presented in a traditional format, an alternate version was produced in an Excel spreadsheet. The elements were typed into the workbook in order of atomic number, with columns provided for atomic weights and symbols. An electronic copy was also provided to the instructor for

Periodic Table of the Elements Reference Chart and Booklet

Periodic Table of the Elements Reference Chart and Booklet is a reference chart designed for individuals with low vision. This frequently requested reference chart is available in a durable and colorful print-braille version. The chart comes with either a reference booklet in print or in braille that contains additional tables listing the elements by name, atomic number, electron configurations, etc.

Personal Success Cd-Rom

The Personal Success CD-ROM is an independent living and personal skills tutorial program designed for use by instructors of students with cognitive disabilities. This CD contains pictures and interactive activities to help students learn hygiene, dressing, and personal care skills. All pictures are accompanied by speech. Fifty-three activities are addressed step-by-step, with additional tips covering safety and convenience issues. Instructors can print pictures of these steps individually or in

Phonics Desk & Phonics Traveler

The Phonics Desk and Phonics Traveler are pre-reading tutorial programs designed for use by children with cognitive and learning disabilities. Available in a desktop version and a travel version with a built-in handle, the system allows the user to press one of the three-dimensional letters to hear the sound it makes. The letters on the desktop version are removable The user can also insert one of the included 20 illustrated Talking Phonics Cards and press the letters included in the word. The l

Phonics Phacts & Phun

PHonics PHacts & PHun is a language tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning disabilities. The set includes PHonics PHacts ($55.95), a set of approximately 700 cards that presents phonics drills and activities in a flash card format. PHonics PHun is a board game designed to be used with the card set. The game is played by the teacher and from two to ten students. PHonics PHacts covers 10 phonics skills: Beginning and ending consonants, long and short vowels, initial a

Phonics Pro Reader

The Phonics Pro Reader is a reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of five and nine years with cognitive or learning disabilities. This interactive unit use a multi-sensory approach to teach the alphabet, phonics, spelling, reading, and rhyming. The interactive system utilizes illustrated Talking Word Cards, a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen that displays words, and verbal cues and responses. The help button repeats instructions and provides clues to answers

Phonological Awareness Test 2

The Phonological Awareness Test 2, is a language development assessment program designed for use by therapists to evaluate the language skills of individuals with cognitive or communication disabilities. This individually-administered standardized test is designed to diagnose deficits in phonological awareness and phoneme-grapheme correspondence, to determine which skills to address in a remediation program. Subtests assess a wide variety of tasks correlated with early reading and spelling achie

Phonopix - Full

PhonoPix – Full is a speech remediation program, a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech-language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities. The program allows children to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to practice sounds in words and sentences with a therapist, parent, or independently. PhonoPix features flashcard and matching activities with minimal pairs to contrast children’s incorrect resp

Photo Nouns

Photo Nouns is a language tutorial program designed for use with children and adults with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 35 cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. These clear color photo cards depict familiar non-age specific items such as a tricycle, a teapot, a table, and an alarm clock, and can be used for vocabulary expansion, naming and identification, classification, and conversation and communication. Teachers' notes with idea

Photo Opposites

Photo Opposites is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 40 cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. Designed to demonstrate 10 opposites concepts in four different ways, this set encourages children to relate one concept to different contexts and objects. Opposites include open/closed, wet/dry, full/empty, up/down, and old/new.

Photo Pairs

Photo Pairs is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive or communication disabilities. The set includes ten sets of three cards, with each set showing three objects that when put together serve a purpose. For example, one card might show knitting needles, another balls of yarn, and the third a sweater in the process of being knitted. DIMENSIONS: 4 x 5 inches.

Photo Sound Lotto

Photo Sound Lotto is an auditory game designed for use with children with neurological, auditory processing, and developmental disabilities. This lotto game includes clear photographs from various aspect of life including hobbies, zoos, occupations, and music on 16 multi-pictured game boards. The set also includes four cassettes with corresponding sounds and it offers 12 activities and three levels of play.

Pictello

Pictello is a story writing program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to help children create and present talking photo albums and talking books. Each page of a Pictello story can contain a picture, up to five lines of text, and a recorded sound or text-to-speech voices. On devices equipped with

Picture Cue Dictionary Intellikeys Bundle

The Picture Cue Dictionary Intellikeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the five software dictionary sets included in the Picture Cue Dictionary (see separate entry) from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREME

Picture Maker: Wheatley Tactile Diagramming Kit (Model 1-08838-00)

Picture Maker: Wheatley Tactile Diagramming Kit, model 1-08838-00, is a tactile graphics kit designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. The kit includes a felt covered board and more than 100 Velcro-backed pieces, and can be used to teach mapping, charting, and basic concepts, as well as for art activities. The kit comes with extra material to create additional tactile pieces, and a Large Print/Braille Guidebook with activity suggestions and example layouts. OPTIONS: Replacem

Picture Play Puzzles (Model 1576)

Picture Play Puzzles, model 1576, are puzzles with large pieces designed to teach beginning matching skills to children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. Available in two different styles, these puzzles feature a plastic base in the shape of a square, two large plastic hand holds, and large plastic puzzle pieces. One puzzle encourages children to flip the puzzle pieces to form three complete family portraits, and the other encourages them to flip the puzzle pieces to form

Picture Prompt Cards (Model Ppc-10F)

Picture Prompt Cards, model PPC-10F, are symbolic language pictures, language training flash cards, and a language tutorial program designed to teach basic daily vocabulary, serve as communication cues, or create a visual activity list for people with cognitive or communication disabilities. The set of 576 fully-illustrated, laminated cards covers shopping, mealtime, and daily activities. The word or phrase illustrated is printed on each card, and other information or personalization can be adde

Picture Symbol Lotto Game

The Picture Symbol Lotto Game is a perceptual training activity designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. Each game includes four sturdy lotto boards and thirty-six matching cards. The game strengthens symbol recognition, matching, and color-coding skills. It can be played by 1 to 4 players.

Picture The Sentence Hd

Picture the Sentence HD is a voice output language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice language and auditory processing tasks at the basic sentence level. The app comes with three different levels of difficulty so the child can learn how t

Picture The Sentence Hd Lite

Picture the Sentence HD Lite is a voice output language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by language therapists and parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, developmental, or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a therapist or parent to use an Apple iPad to help children to practice language and auditory processing tasks at the basic sentence level. The app comes with three different levels of difficulty so the child can learn

Picture This...

Picture This... is a flash card program designed for use by parents and teachers of children with learning, cognitive, and language disabilities. The compact disk (CD) contains 2,700 photos in 30 different categories, along with a basic program that allows the user to format photos into various size flash cards with or without text. The high-resolution photos are shot against a plain background and are sorted into the following categories: Actions, animals, bathroom, bedroom, body, buildings, cl

Planet Wobble

Planet Wobble is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for use by teachers and parents working with children who have developmental, cognitive or learning disabilities. It is designed to work with Clicker (see separate entry) and allows children to build confidence, develop independent reading, and maximize comprehension and writing skills. The program is divided into three levels and presented both in printed format and as on-screen interactive books. Each level comes wit

Play & Learn Clock

The Play & Learn Clock is a teaching clock designed to enhance visual stimulation and teach matching, sorting and assembly for individuals with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities. The Brightly colored clock makes tick-tock sounds and is ideal for children with low vision. There are removable pieces that encourage a child to match and learn colors and numbers as well as how to tell time.

Play Attention

Play Attention is a biofeedback-based cognitive and behavioral training program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities affecting attention, concentration, or focus. The system includes a sensor-lined helmet that is worn by the child. The sensors monitor the child's attentive state and cognitive process, which is fed into a small interface system that attaches to a computer (not included). Users complete a series of video game-like exercises that are controlled by th

Playground Language Kit Plus (Model Lk-Tp)

The Playground Language Kit Plus, model LK-TP, is a personal skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This program introduces students to appropriate behavior and rules on the playground, and may be used for reinforcement when recess is finished. Concepts include waiting in line, turn-taking, no hitting or kicking, and sharing. The kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary, repetitive lines, and Mayer-Johnson Pictur

Playroom, The

The Playroom is an academic tutorial program designed to teach children about letters, numbers and time for individuals who are developmentally impaired. There are a number of learning tools for children to learn that education can be fun. The Cuckoo Clock helps children to learn time; the Mixed Up Toy encourages children to play creatively by rearranging toy parts; the Mousehole contains a three level counting game that introduces addition and subtraction along with game stategies; the Spinners

Playskool Magnetic Capital Letters (Model 02056)

Playskool Magnetic Capital Letters, model 02056, are tactile letters and Braille alphabet magnets designed for use by children ages 3 and above who are blind or have low vision. This educational toy consists of 26 letters from A to Z. Each letter is engraved with it corresponding Braille letter. As they play with these letters sized for small fingers, children learn to identify letters and start putting together simple words and sentences.

Pocket & Tails Go Exploring

Pocket & Tails Go Exploring is a cognitive and perceptual skills training program designed to teach alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. Two Wanderoos lead students into a learning plaufround where the sights and sounds of the world are brought to life. As students explore, they learn about the environment, plants, water life, animal habitats, mountains, fields, wetlands, glaciers, transportation and locomotion. Students can fill a mul

Point To Pictures

Point to Pictures is a symbolic communicator language tutorial program designed to help persons with communication disorders to learn about and use language. The program starts at the cause and effect level (Communication mode) with items to motivate and help a learner to use pictures as communication symbols, and progresses to matching an identifying pictures (Training mode), within a context such as a mall or home. OPTIONS: The program may also operate battery-operated toys and electrical appl

Pouring Cup On Flex Mount (Model 24)

The Pouring Cup on Flex Mount, model 24, is an educational switch-operated toy designed for use with children with upper extremity and cognitive disabilities. This device enables liquids, sand, rlour, sugar, etc. to be poured from the pouring cup to another container. Activating the first switch causes the cup to pour and activating the second switch returns the cup to the upright position. The flexible mount attaches to flat surfaces, bars, or table legs. The removable cup is washable and has a

Pre-Ged Basic Education Multimedia Curriculum (Pgd)

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

Premier Test Builder

Premier Test Builder is an accessible test creation program designed for use in creating tests accessible to students who use screen readers. The program allows the user to build tests in accessible Microsoft Word format by supplying questions and selecting the question style from the program's tool bar. The program then automatically creates the test using its pre-built templates of question styles, which include Multiple Choice, Multiple Choice with Picture, Multiple Choice with Answers 2 Acro

Preschool Puzzler (Model 7131)

The Preschool Puzzler, model 7131, is a three-sided puzzle with large pieces designed to teach beginning matching skills to children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. The child must match plastic pieces to the corresponding hole by color or shape before the timer on top runs out. If all three sides are not complete and the timer is not stopped in time, the puzzle flips open and the pieces fly off. Puzzle pieces come in the shape of a heart, star, moon, square, duck, bear, a

Press To Play Zoo, Press To Play Animals, & Press To Play Speedy

Press to Play Zoo, Press to Play Animals, and Press to Play Speedy are control switch training programs designed for use by children with physical or cognitive disabilities. Operating on a cause-and-effect principle, the games can be played in four modes: In Cause-and-effect, the child presses the switch, clicks the mouse, or touches the TouchWindow (the switch and TouchWindow are not included) at any time for action; Simple Scan mode seeks to develop beginning switch training skills; Complex Sc

Primer Pak (Model Lr-2117)

The Primer Pak, model LR-2117, is a set of eye hand coordination activities designed for use by children with physical or neurological disabilities. The set includes a crepe rubber alphabet puzzle, four Fit-A-Space Discs with shapes for stringing, three chipboard shapes with tipped laces for lacing and tracing, and 25 rubber octagon pieces for construction, with a carrying and storage bag. DIMENSIONS: The alphabet puzzle is 8 inches square, and the carrying case is 9 inches square.

Print 'n Play

Print 'N Play is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This program includes more than 50 bingo and mystery game boards for language skills. The CD-ROM also features motivational games for themes, holidays, and special occasions. The games can be printed directly from the CD-ROM or they can be dragged to the user's hard drive to enable the games to be customized. COMPATIBILITY: This CD-ROM contains versions for use on Macintosh

Print, Play, And Learn: Old Macdonald's Farm

Print, Play, and Learn: Old MacDonald's Farm is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive, developmental, or multiple disabilities. This program includes 25 off-computer activities with 250 printable sheets relating to Old MacDonald's Farm, including board games, dot-to-dot, word puzzles, make a scene, flash cards, sentence strips, Concentration, and more. COMPATIBILITY: The hybrid CD-ROM includes versions for use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. SYS

Puppet That Swallows, The

The Puppet that Swallows is an educational toy designed for use with children with swallowing or cognitive disabilities. This plush dog puppet has the ability to swallow food or its own included cookie to introduce and illustrate the concept of swallowing food. The puppeteer's hand fits comfortably in the back to control the mouth movement. The puppet has floppy ears, large brown eyes, and a warm smile. DIMENSIONS: 23 inches tall.

Question Builder

Question Builder is an auditory perceptual training program, a language and reading tutorial program, and a writing skills training program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad to help children learn to answer abstract questions and create responses based on inference. Question Builder comes with three different

Quick and Easy Expanded Core Curriculum The Hatlen Center Guide

Quick and Easy Expanded Core Curriculum The Hatlen Center Guide is designed for individuals low vision. Quick & Easy Expanded Core Curriculum is designed for transition students who are visually impaired. The included lessons were chosen to address the most common gaps found within this population and require little time, expertise, or equipment to implement by the educational team and family members. The lessons, categorized by setting (home/school or community) are intentionally designed t

Quick Neurological Screening Test-Ii (2Nd Edition)

The Quick Neurological Screening Test-II, 2nd Edition (QNST-II) is an assessment evaluation test designed to detect soft neurological signs associated with learning disabilities. Designed for use with individuals ages five years through adulthood, this edition offers extensive literature reviews, clarified directions, and reformatted test protocol sheets. Fifteen sub-tests can be completed in 20 to 30 minutes. The complete kit includes a manual, 25 scoring forms, 25 geometric form reproduction s

Quickstart Communication Kit

The Quick Start Comunication Kit is designed to aid trainers in assisting and evaluating children with communication disabilities in learning to use communicators. The kit includes one BIGmack communicator (see separate entry), one LITTLEmack communicator (see separate entry), one LITTLE Step-by Step Communicator with Levels (see separate entry), three Snap Switch Caps (see separate entry), Making Connections resource book, BIGmack travel strap, foam-packed carrying case, and batteries.

Quixel

The Quixel is an educational toy designed to develop hand-eye coordination for young children. This toy, made of impact-resistant plastic, features tubular "tracks" in an abstract formation interspersed with large balls and beads. The open design encourages grasping and shaking the toy produces a gentle ringing and soft, flexible movements. This toy withstands biting and chewing. DIMENSIONS: 5 x 5 inches.

Race The Clock

Race The Clock is an academic tutorial program designed to develop memory skills with verbs and word matching for individuals with a developmental disability. This program improves concentration skills, expands memory capabilities, improves verb vocabulary and builds quick response. It also teaches picture/picture, picture/word and word/word matching. There are five different options for customizing the program to the child's needs. COMPATIBILITY: APPLE, IBM. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Available for M

Rainbow Beads

Rainbow Beads are a toy designed for use by children with limited or uncertain grasping ability. This toy is made up of large, brightly-colored wooden beads permanently strung on an elastic cord. They can be worn around the wrist or an ankle.

Rainbow Blocks (Models G3010, G3015, & G3016)

Rainbow Blocks are an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive and perceptual disabilities. Each of the hardwood blocks in the set features a transparent plexi-glass window in the center in the shape of a triangle, rectangle, square, or half circle. Play with these blocks encourages motor skill and eye-hand coordination development and color and shape recognition. Model 3010 has 14 pieces, model 3015 has 10 pieces, and model 3016 has 30 pieces. COLOR: The windows in the blocks

Rainbow Maker

The Rainbow Maker is an auditory and visual stimulation activity designed for use by children with neurological disabilities. The child grasps the clear tube at the top and the bottom and turns it upside down to send multi-colored beads falling, creating the sound of gently falling rain and creating a prism of color as the beads fall through the colored barriers.

Rainbow Sentences

Rainbow Sentences is a reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with language, developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, or adults with aphasia. This interactive application (or app) is intended to help the user learn how to recognize the parts of sentences such as nouns, verbs, and prepositions, improve their understanding of how combinations of these parts create basic sentence structure. Students have the opportunity to record thei

Raynes Rail

The Raynes Rail is a tactile and voice output orientation aid and an exhibit accessibility system designed for people who are blind or have low vision. The Raynes Rail can be installed in a variety of environments to provide audible and braille navigation and orientation information at strategic points. One or more rails can be installed in a location. Each rail has a braille label on one side providing navigation and orientation information about the premises in close proximity to the rail. The

Re-Usable Doll And Doll Clothing Sticker Sets

The Re-Usable Doll and Doll Clothing Sticker Sets are an independent living skills tutorial designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. These sets help teach the sequence of dressing as children select a laminated paper doll (each doll and each clothing set are sold separately) to dress with vinyl static cling clothing. Three male and three female dolls from various ethnic backgrounds are available. Clothing sets include rainy day, fairy tale, foootball, basketball, back to schoo

Read And Tell Build Your Own Library

Read and Tell Build Your Own Library is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program allows teachers or parents to get the individual titles they need and build their own Read and Tell library over time. Each Read and Tell book comes with an adapted book, quizzes and vocabulary files that are ready to print and read. Ready-made PixWriter (see separate entry) word banks specific to the chapters help

Read And Tell Intermediate Collection

The Read and Tell Intermediate Collection is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program features Picture-Assistive Literacy which helps children independently read for meaning. Thirty chapter books are summarized with concept and vocabulary considerations. Each completed lesson contains picture-assisted chapter summaries and quizzes, vocabulary flashcards and d

Read And Tell Primary Collection

The Read and Tell Primary Collection is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program requires PixWriter software (see separate entry) and comes with 160 PixWriter word banks for 100 popular children's books. These books include: "A Chair for My Mother," "Bedtime for Francis," "Caps for Sale," "Dinorella," "Emma's Vacation," "Farmer Duck," "Goldilocks and th

Read And Tell Teen Collection

The Read and Tell Teen Collection is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from sixth grade through eighth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program enables students who are reading below grade level to enjoy age-appropriate literature, understand the story, learn higher-level vocabulary, complete written language activities and demonstrate comprehension. The program comes with 25 chapter books, and Literacy Support Pictures ar

Read With Pooh

Read with Pooh is an educational toy designed for use with children with physical and learning disabilities. This plush Winnie the Pooh bear holds his own book and comes with a special remote control book for the child. Poohreeads the story while the child follows along and turns the page in his book when the child turns the page in his/her book. Two buttons in the book can be pressed to provide story-enhancing sound effects or to have Pooh ask a question regarding that page of the book. The toy

Read&write For Google

Read&Write for Google™ is an app designed to make Google Apps for Education accessible for those with reading and writing difficulties, learning disabilities such as Dyslexia, or English Language Learners. This app provides access to Google Docs, Web, PDFs, ePubs, and Kes files within Google Drive on PCs, Macs, or Chromebooks. Read&Write for Google™ offers the following features: Read Aloud with dual-color highlighting, Word Prediction, Translator, Talking and Picture Dictionaries, Fact

Read, Write & Type

Read, Write & Type is a software tutorial program designed to teach reading and writing for children who have a learning disability. Designed for children aged 6-8 years, it builds early phonics and reading skill while children learn to write and type on the computer. It does this by teaching children to type by linking speech sounds with specific finger motions. The program introduces 40 speech sounds of the English language in a sequence carefully designed to allow children to quickly prog

Reader Rabbit 1 & 2

Reader Rabbit 1 & 2 are academic tutorial programs designed to strengthen reading, spelling, word recognition and vocabulary skills for children with a developmental disability. Reader Rabbit 1 is an early reading program featuring challenging, game-like activities with an acrobratic rabbit, animated graphics and sound effects. There are four imaginative, sequenced games with activities that help beginners improve letter and word recognition, memory skills and vocabulary. Reader Rabbit 2 is

Reader Rabbit's Reading Development Library

Reader Rabbit's Reading Development Library is an electronic book designed to build reading, writing and typing skills for children with a learning disability. There are two levels each offering two classic tales from three different characters' points of view. So, basically each level offers six unique stories. Each reading level in the series is targeted to a specific level of reading development and is geared towards children ages 5-7. They are graduated in difficulty and build upon the other

Readiing Teaching Program

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To assist children with cognitive, reading or learning disabilities in learning to read. Pictures from common trade books were scanned and printed and glued to tagboard and the tagboard pages were bound using one-inch rings. Pictures from Boardmaker (see entry) were were affixed to each page as repeated lines, providing children with a choice in how the story was read, and making them active participants in the process. MATERIALS: Scanned pictures, tag board, g

Reading Bridge

The Reading Bridge is a language tutorial program designed to introduce vocabulary and sentence structure for individuals with a hearing or developmental disability. This series is designed to make the transition Reading Milestones Level 8 (see separate entry) to sixth grade basal books. It provides students with a firm foundation in vocabulary and concept development as well as study and comprehension skills. Divided into two levels, each of the four books in the Reading Bridge program consists

Reading Comprehension Famous People

Reading Comprehension Famous People is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide reading comprehension skills practice for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program features stories about significant people such as Pablo Picasso and modern art, the U.S. space program and John F. Kennedy, and Amelia Earhart and women's rights. It teaches a variety of skills, including identifying main ideas and s

Reading Comprehension Geography

Reading Comprehension Geography is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide reading comprehension skills practice for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program allows children to learn words and concepts relating to geography. This software includes locations such as the ocean floor, the canopy of the rain forest and the geographic Great Depression. It teaches a variety of skills, including ide

Reading Milestones Levels 1,2,3

Reading Milestones Levels 1, 2, 3 are language tutorial programs designed to teach important words and simple sentence structure while building a solid foundation for reading for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. This program introduces simple vocabulary, sentence structures, and comprehension skills. The Readers and Workbook exercises focus first on words, then phrases, sentences, and finallly the story. Information is presented slow

Reading Milestones Levels 4,5,6

Reading Milestones Levels 4, 5, 6 are language tutorial programs designed to expand vocabulary and sentence structure comprehension while reinforcing words learned in Levels 1,2 and 3 (see separate entry) for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. This program is designed to expose students to a variety of literature and increase comprehension. They are challenged to think more deeply and abstractly about what they are reading. Information

Reading Milestones Levels 7, 8

Reading Milestones Levels 7, 8 are language tutorial programs designed to expand vocabulary and sentence structure comprehension while reinforcing words learned in Levels 1,2,3 and 4,5,6 (see separate entries) for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. In this series, stories are more complex and new words are increasingly more challenging. It is designed to bring children to a fourth grade reading level. There are 10 different readers and

Readingmaze

ReadingMaze is a language tutorial program designed to introduce early reading skills and vocabulary for individuals who are developmentally or physically disabled. Students learn by solving picture, letter, word and sentence problems. ReadingMaze includes over 350 levels of learning and cover eight different skill areas including: matching letters and pictures; understanding simple sentences; following instructions; identifying incomplete sentences; identifying true/false statements; following

Receptive Identification

Receptive Identification is a perceptual training program, an auditory perceptual training program, a behavior training program, a cognitive skills tutorial program, and a language tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help children comprehend simple instructions and practice effective listening be

Receptive Identification By Class

Receptive Identification by Class is a perceptual training program, an auditory perceptual training program, a behavior training program and a cognitive skills and language tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach a child or student to talk about things rather than just labeling them. The app co

Receptive Identification By Feature

Receptive Identification by Feature is a perceptual training program, an auditory perceptual training program, a behavior training program and a cognitive skills and language tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach a child or student to talk about things rather than just labeling them. The app

Receptive Identification By Feature, Function And Class

Receptive Identification by Feature, Function and Class is a perceptual training program, an auditory perceptual training program, a behavior training program and a cognitive skills and language tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach a child or student to talk about things rather than just label

Receptive Identification By Function

Receptive Identification by Function is a perceptual training program, an auditory perceptual training program, a behavior training program and a cognitive skills and language tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach a child or student to talk about things rather than just labeling them. The app

Recordable Talk Blocks

The Talk Block is a recordable block that reaches beyond foundational listening and speaking practice (auditory) by providing visual reinforcement. Insert any Picture Communication Symbol (PCS), image or photo, and press down to record and replay up to 30 seconds of sound, and then flip the switch to lock. This cross-curricular, open resource offers many opportunities to practice skills, assess students, and convey instructions for center activities.

Relief Map for Dark Use

Relief Map for Dark Use is a map designed for individuals with low vision. Relief map of the continental U.S. with elevations that are exaggerated 20 times. Ocean floors are incised with latitude and longitude lines. This plastic map uses high-contrast paint to depict water areas as blue and land surfaces as yellow and brown.

Residents' Rights Bingo

Residents' Rights Bingo is an educational board game designed for use by older adults and individuals with disabilities. The game is played like regular bingo, but it is based on federal residents' rights requirements. The game contains a master board, 24 bingo cards (extra heavy duty), 75 call cards with discussion questions on the back, 300 easy-grip rubber markers, and an instruction booklet.

Rock 'n Rattle Mirror

The Rock 'N Rattle Mirror is a sensory integration activity designed for young children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This toy features a round mirror on a spherical, velour-covered base that rattles when rocked. Colorful patterns in the fabric provide additional stimulation. A separate velour-covered, rattling triangular base to keep the toy stationary is included.

Roll N' Twist

Roll N' Twist is a motor skill activity designed for use by children with fine motor skill disabilities. The toy consists of durable, colorful snap-and-lock blocks that can be connected and disconnected to create flexible chains, circles, and other shapes. The toy is available in sets with up to 32 segments.

Rufus The Bear With Diabetes

Rufus the Bear with Diabetes is an educational toy intended to assist children diagnosed with diabetes to learn to manage their condition. The bear wears a MedicAlert bracelet inscribed with "insulin-dependent diabetes" and has patches sewn on his arms, legs, and stomach to illustrate where insulin injections may be administered.

Salt (Systematic Analysis Of Language Transcripts)

SALT is a language tutorial program with many coding and analysis options that can be selected and combined to meet each user's specific needs. Options are available for either a standard set of analyses or user-created analyses. Standard SALT performs over 50 analyses of language samples of any length or number, with flexible transcript coding and editing. Analyses include summaries of: total, complete, and incomplete utterances; total words, root words, TTR and MLU; Brown's stage and related n

Sammy's Science House

Sammy's Science House is an academic tutorial program designed to build early science skills for children with physical or cognitive disabilities. The program is designed to develop important skills and thought processes for scientific learning including sorting, sequencing, and problem solving. Students will expand their science vocabulary as they learn about plants, animals, seasons and weather. They also observe, classify, construct, compare, and experiment. All directions are graphical or sp

Scan To Pictures

Scan To Pictures is a visual symbol training system, a symbolic direct selection communicator program and a communicator training program designed for use by teachers or parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad provides a library of animations and pictures of real-world consequences, allowing the child to pair his or her switch action with receiving the actual item such as food, toy, activity,

Scan-A-Word

Scan-A-Word is an academic, reading and spelling tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad focuses on identification, spelling, and word recognition and uses an errorless learning method. Assistance is included to help children with significant cognitive challenges, and special feedback feature is for blind learners. The program features both drill and test modes and is de

Sch-Kid-Ules Routine Board

The SchKIDules Routine Board is a visual schedule system designed to communicate a routine, sequence, activity or transition. Two-sided high boards are magnetic on both sides allowing a user to position magnets as needed, and switch out magnets for new activities. The visual schedule concept is designed for those on the autism spectrum, ADHD, communication issues and developing children.

School Routines And Rules Cd

The School Routines and Rules CD is a behavior training flash card program designed for use by parents and teachers of children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This CD contains over 2,000 full-color photographs of young children (ages four to eight years) doing a variety of school routines and activities. The photographs can be used to teach routines and behavioral rules, to set expectations, and to promote skills acquisition and greater independence. Photo folders in this CD incl

School-Time Leaptop Learning System

The School-Time LeapTop Learning System is an educational toy designed to teach fundamental learning skills to children with learning or cognitive disabilities. It has a large colorful keyboard with keys for the alphabet and numbers one through ten, and an LCD (liquid crystal display) screen that shows letters, numbers, and animation. Users can play seven educational games with talking characters, and listen to three fun learning songs. The games and songs teach letter names and sounds, numbers,

See It Right! Complete Assessment Kit

The Complete Assessment Kit is an assessment system to identify and remediate visual perceptual problems caused by scotopic sensitivity. This assessment program can be used by teachers and specialists to assess and help students at the elementary or high school level who see moving, reversed, or distorted letters and/or words. The diagnostic screening kit includes: a 230 page assessment manual giving step by step instructions; two sets of color transparencies for testing; forms with blackline ma

See It Right! Short Form Assessment Kit

The Short Form Assessment Kit is an assessment system for the identification and remediation of visual perceptual problems caused by scotopic sensitivity. This assessment program can be used by teachers and specialists to assess and help students at the elementary or high school level who see moving, reversed, or distorted letters and/or words. The Assessment kit includes a Short Form Assessment Manual with 100 pages of basic assessment instructions; reproducible masters of forms; and one set of

See Saw Sorter (Model G5067)

The See Saw Sorter, model G5067, is a training system for sorting/matching/assembly designed for use by children with cognitive, upper extremity, or fine motor disabilities. Children stack the shapes on opposite ends of the see saw in the correspondingly shaped holes to create a balanced platform. Shapes are designed to fit snugly in routed holes. This wooden toy promotes color and shape recognition, balancing, color-matching and sequencing. The toy has rounded corners and smooth edges and is fi

See-N-Read Reading Tools, Model CE1035

See-N-Read Reading Tools are designed for use by individuals with reading, cognitive and learning disabilities. It helps readers to focus on and remember the written word. These reading tools help readers to concentrate on and track the text being read to them while transitioning between the words that come before or after, thus helping to increase fluency and comprehension.

See.touch.learn

See.Touch.Learn is a flash card program and a language, reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children who have communication, learning, cognitive, speech, or physical disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad as a picture learning system to help teach new words and concepts and foster self-expression. The user can build, save, copy and reuse custom flash card lessons and automatica

Sense Of Science: Animals (Model 1-08990-00)

Sense of Science: Animals, model 1-08990-00 is a science tutorial program designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This multisensory program helps young students with vision disabilities understand animals through tactile / visual overlays. It is the second module of a series designed to help teachers make the world of science accessible, understandable, and enjoyable, for students with vision disabilities in grades Kindergarten to 3 and for other students who may benefit f

Sense Of Science: Plants (Model 1-08980-00)

Sense of Science: Plants, model 1-08980-00, is a science tutorial program designed for use by students with low vision or learning disabilities. The program includes a large print guidebook with activities to teach basic plant concepts; colorful, raised-line overlays for use with a light box (not included), showing a bean seed cross-section, flowers, leaves, trees, etc.; and two trays designed to fit under a light box ledge to provide a secure working area for the overlays. Activities can be per

Sensorimotor Performance Analysis (Spa)

The Sensorimotor Performance Analysis (SPA) is designed to provide a qualitative record of gross and fine motor tasks. Designed for use with ambulatory individuals from five years of age through adulthood who have developmental disabilities, the evaluation consists of four gross motor tasks and three fine motor tasks. The manual ($34) describes the use and interpretation of the SPA, gives examples of SPA-based treatment plans, and provides scoring criterion. The Scoring Profile groups the perfor

Sentence Builder

Sentence Builder is a language tutorial program and a writing skills training program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with communication, learning or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences with an emphasis on the connector words that make up over 80% of the English language. Sentence Builder comes with 100 disti

Sentence Key & Picture Sentence Key

Sentence Key and Picture Sentence Key are language tutorial programs and reading tutorial programs designed to teach language structure for children with autism and other disorders. The main objective of the programs is to teach a student how to make a phrase saying "who is doing what". As pictures are selected to make the phrase, the computer speaks in a clear digitized speech. When the sentence is completed, the entire sentence is spoken and an animated picture appears depicting the sentence.

Sequences

Sequences is an academic tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and perceptual disabilities. This program offers a variety of activities whose steps can be arranged in increasing or decreasing. Among the activities depicted in the 30 sequences are building a snowman, blowing up a balloon, erasing a blackboard, and painting a picture. As the sequences are pieced together, children are rewarded with cheers. This text-free program features colorful graphics, audio, and fun a

Sesame Street Elmo's Talking Alphabet

Sesame Street Elmo's Talking Alphabet is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or vision disabilities. This toy features a schoolhouse-shaped board with chunky letters of the alphabet. When a letter is pressed, Big Bird names the letter and Elmo says a word beginning with that letter. When the "let's find" button is pressed, Elmo asks the child to find letters. The Elmo and Big Bird characters are prominently displayed alongside the letters.

Sesame Street Talking Numbers

Sesame Street Talking Numbers is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or vision disabilities. This farmed-theme toy features Big Bird who helps children learn their numbers. This early-learning toy offers three levels of play according to ability: Number identification, let's find the number, and counting. The accompanying animal sounds enhance the learning experience.

Shape Sortin' Wood Blocks

Shape Sortin' Wood Blocks is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children ages three years and up with fine motor and neurological disabilities. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore are pictured on assorted wooden shapes that fit the corresponding slots in the top of the included wooden basket. The basket is equipped with a carrying handle and each block is a different color.

Shapes - Lite

Shapes – Lite is a perceptual training and pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child to recognize different shapes such as triangle, square, circle, and rectangle. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections, each with separate "Learn" and "Play" parts. In the "Learn" part,

Show Me - Lite

Show Me – Lite is a perceptual training and reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child to recognize and name living and non-living objects in an interactive way. The app includes pictures and animations from the following categories: animals, birds, flowers, fruits, musical, instrumen

Show Me Colors - Autism Series

Show Me Colors – Autism Series is a perceptual training and reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Android device to teach a child to learn to recognize the oral and written word for various colors. The app includes five basic colors: red, green, blue, yellow and orange. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sect

Show Me Math Intellikeys Bundle

The Show Me Math Intellikeys Bundle is a math tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes both Show Me Math software programs (see separate entry) from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlay that works with both Show Me Addition & Subtraction and Show Me Multiplication & Division. The program includes a "Show Me!" option

Show Me Numbers - Autism Series

Show Me Numbers – Autism Series is a perceptual training program and math tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Android device to teach a child to recognize numbers. In the app's training section, selected numbers are shown, one by one, with an audio prompt stating the number and the number written in text. In the playing section, four numbers are dis

Show Me Spelling Intellikeys Bundle

Show Me Spelling Intellikeys Bundle is a spelling tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the Show Me Spelling software from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. The program enables students to learn to spell up to 500 words independently. Custom spelling lists can be created or one of the pre-selected lists may be used.

Sight Words

Sight Words is reading tutorial program designed for early training in sight recognition of vocabulary. Six word categories are included: school. outside, home, toys, food, and clothing. The scanning speed may be adjusted, and the words may be selected either by activating a switch or by pressing the space bar. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: An Echo speech synthesizer and a color monitor are required. WARRANTY: Faulty disks will be replaced within 6 months of the

Sign It!

Sign It! is a sign language training game designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Designed for one to six players, the game teaches sign languages and includes a board, a die, cards, and a copy of "Signing Illustrated" by Mickey Flodin.

Sign Smith Studio

Sign Smith Studio is a software and lesson authoring tool designed to create digital media for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The program allows educators, instructional system designers, and software designers to add animated SigningAvatar characters to web page, CD-ROM, DVD, and kiosk content in order to communicate through sign language. Signed English translations are generated automatically by the program, and authors who know American Sign Language (ASL) can create con

Silly Sandwich

Silly Sandwich is a pre-reading tutorial program, a language skills tutorial program, and a cognitive skills tutorial program designed for 1 to 4 users, age 18 months and up. Children build a sandwich by selecting from pictures on a PowerPad (see separate entry) or IntelliKeys overlay. At Level Ia, the child selects any of six items; at Level Ib, the child locates the item specified. At Level IIa, user selects any of 12 items; at Level IIb, the user selects the item specified. COMPATIBILITY: For

Simon Sounds It Out

Simon Sounds It Out is a phonics-based reading and language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and other cognitive disabilities. The program features an on-screen tutor and uses words and pictures to provide contextual cues. By concentrating on letter sounds and word families, students learn the decoding skills needed for reading. The program uses repetition to teach ponemic awareness, enables students to work at their own pace with individualized lessons, and reinforce

Simon Spells

Simon Spells is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children in first through third grade with learning and other cognitive disabilities. The program features a choice of Simon or Susan as an on-screen tutor to guide students through individualized lessons at their own pace. The tutor provides positive written and verbal feedback to aid in the learning process. The tutor presents words phomemically and in the context of a sentence to aid in comprehension. Lessons are time and tracked

Simple Symbol Stories

Simple Symbols Stories is a story reading program designed for use with children with communication disabilities. This program contains 20 stories cleverly read by a variety of people. The stories are written in short rhyming sentences and include humorous illustrations. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers.

Simply Science All 8 Units

Simply Science All 8 Units is a science, academic, language, reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through eighth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program allows teachers help students learn general education science curriculum with complex and abstract science vocabulary explained clearly and written in concrete terms. The bundle comes with eight complete units and each unit contains five chapters. The program's ready-to-use scien

Singing Sunrise Busy Box (Model 504)

The Singing Sunrise Busy Box, model 504, is a sensory busy box designed for use by children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. The toy also teaches cause and effect. This toy offers a variety of tactile experiences, songs, multi-colored blinking lights, sounds, and vibration. Animal sounds include an owl hooting, a woodpecker pecking, geese honking, and birds singing. Music includes friendly upbeat songs about the planet we live on. Volume is adjustable. POWER: Uses 8 double-A batt

Skill-Building Sensory Gel Pad

The skill-building sensory gel pad combines academics with deep pressure sensory input. The multi-sensory learning tool has 8 divided columns, 30 marbles in 6 different colors and a worksheet pocket on the back. Work on counting, sequencing, learning colors, motor planning, or eye-hand coordination skills. Also, the sensory gel pad doubles to be a weighted lap pad. For ages 4 and up. Therapy tool and educational toy for home, classrooms, and occupational therapy. Small parts. Not for children un

Skwish

The Skwish is an educational toy designed to develop hand-eye coordination for children six months and older. Featuring colorful, ringing bells and sliding, clicking beads, it offers children a chance to use their emerging manipulative skills. This coordination toy is made from solid birch and coated with chip-proof, non-toxic enamel. DIMENSIONS: 6 inches in diameter. COLOR: Multi-color.

Slimtown

SlimTown is an academic tutorial program designed to enhance problem solving skills for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. This program allows students to build and manage a small town and influence the lives of the people who live in SlimTown. Students create their towns by placing streets, bike paths and buildings, and adding their own animated kids and adults. As the town grows, it uses up water and trees and produces garbage, giving students an easy way to understand an

Small Knob Food Puzzle

The Small Knob Food Puzzle is a wooden puzzle designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. The puzzle depicts 12 familiar food items that can be removed from and replaced in the appropriate cutout using the small knob in the center of each piece. This puzzle requires use of the pincer grasp, providing fine motor training. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 9 x 12 inches.

Smart Table

The SMART Table interactive learning center is a touch screen and educational aid designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, fine motor or developmental disabilities. This multitouch, multiuser system is designed to encourage collaboration, consensus building and problem solving. The SMART Table is large touch screen mounted on a cabinet so it lays flat horizontally at a height that makes it easily viewed and used by children. It is intended to provide students with a gathering place

Snakey

Snakey is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with fine motor or neurological disabilities. This plush toy and puppet consists of seven detachable segments, with each segment joined by a different fastener that is color-coded to aid in the recognition of how the fasteners join. This toy provides a creative method of learning to manipulate buttons, snaps, clips, zippers, plastic buckles, and Velcro. The head is a hand puppet to encourage imaginative play. DIMENSIONS: Fi

Snap Bags

The Snap Bags are a bean bag game designed for use by children three years old and older with fine motor, grasping, and upper extremity disabilities. The snap bags consist of six linking bean bags designed for endless game possibilities. Throwing and catching are made easier with two Snap Bags linked together. When all six bags are attached and used as a shoulder or lap weight they can create a calming presence for young children. The set facilitates the introduction of colors, numbers and shape

Social Skill Builder I & Ii

Social Skill Builder I and II are board games designed for use by children and adults with autism or cognitive disabilities. These two board games teach social, interpersonal, safety, and problem-solving skills. Game I is designed primarily for children ages 6 to 13. It utilizes GO DO cards to help children practice initiating social interactions, greetings, and conversation skills. The WHAT IF cards help children learn problem-solving techniques for common situations, and the MIRROR cards help

Soft Sounds Book

The Soft Sounds Book is a touch activated toy designed to produce various sounds when touched for children with low vision. The soft picture books produce home, vehicle or farm sounds and stimulate the child's interest in books and reading. Bright colors provide visual stimulation. All books are machine washable and dryer safe. POWER: Comes with a replaceable button-cell batttery.

Song Boards

Song Boards are educational toys designed to enable children with disabilities to be active participants in music. The set of professional-quality interactive song boards includes eight colorful,sturdy song boards that fold in half; materials to quickly make the boards interactive with detachable and/or moveable parts; a disk with Boardmaker (see entry) and .pdf format song overlays for each song; an audio tape of eight songs; and an instruction and suggestion booklet. The songs included are Ba

Sound Blocks

Sound Blocks is an eye hand coordination activitiy designed for use by children with visual, neurological, and cognitive disabilities. It features nine three-dimensional blocks in the shape of circles, squares, and rectangles. Each block emits an audible tone. Children are encouraged to heighten their sorting skills by shaking the blocks, listening to the tones, and matching like sounds. The blocks can also be sorted by color and shape. A storage tray is included. COLOR: The blocks are blue, re

Sound Puzzle Box

The Sound Puzzle Box is a puzzle with sound designed for use by children with mobility, neurological, and visual disabilities. Children practice sorting and matching skills while enhancing shape, color, and audio discrimination skills. This plastic puzzle box features a see-through cylindrical box with a three-shape sorter on the top. When any of the large pieces are dropped into or dumped out of the box through the corresponding opening on the sorter, they make squeaky noises. The plastic puzzl

Sound Smart

SoundSmart is a cognitive skills tutorial program and auditory training activity designed to improve listening skills, following directions, phonemic awareness, working memory, mental processing speed, and impulse control. It is a set of 11 entertaining, multi-level talking Bingo games organized in three modules. (1) Attention Coach - (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced). In this module, spoken instructions become increasingly complex as the player progresses through a series of alphabet games. Th

Sound Stories

Sound Stories is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. The program offers 30 different storybooks with listening and spelling activities for each letter of the alphabet, plus the diagraphs sh, ch, th, and wh. All text is clearly narrated and highlighted word-by-word to provide modeled reading. Webster the spider serves as an animated guide and each book is followed by two interactive spelling activities to help reinforce knowlege. Skill

Soundtracks

Soundtracks is an auditory game designed for use with children with neurological, auditory processing, and developmental disabilities. This lotto game includes clear pictures of familiar things on four multi-pictured cards, place markers, and a well-paced cassette tape of corresponding sounds.

Spangle Tangle: Play and Explore Kit

Spangle Tangle kit is designed for children with low vision. Spangle Tangle provides opportunities for learners to improve visual and tactile attention, communication, and creativity. Through specially designed activities, the learner develops motor, problem-solving, cognitive, self-care, social, and pre-braille skills.

Speaking Language Master (Model Lm-6000)

The Speaking Language Master is a voice output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for individuals with a cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision. The system provides auditory feedback by pronouncing over 110,000 words as many times as you wish. It includes an complete and comprehensive dictionary and thesaurus. It features spelling correction, classification of word families topically, and on-screen grammar assistance. There are a

Speaking Spelling

Speaking Spelling is a spelling tutorial program with voice output designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. The program has both test-creation and record-keeping functions for teachers. The program can create an electronic spelling test from a printed spelling drill or word list. Tests can be in multiple choice format, or the program can read words from a list aloud for the student to spell on the computer. Instructions, tips, and encouragement can be added. Audio feedback

Special Needs Children (Model G100)

Special Needs Children, model G100, is an educational toy designed for use by children with physical disabilities. This set of five free-standing wooden Wedgie figures are silk-screened with the images of a boy using a walker, a boy using a wheelchair and playing basketball, a girl using forearm crutches, a boy using a white cane and wearing dark glasses, and a girl using Sign Language. DIMENSIONS: Figures are 4.5 inches tall.

Speech Trainer 3D

Speech Trainer 3D is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by individuals who have communication or speech disabilities. The program allows a person to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to practice every sound in the English language, including vowels and consonants. Speech Trainer 3D uses the International Phonetics Alphabet and contains 30 sounds, 23 consonants and 7 vowels. The program features three dimensional (3D) animations in two views: front

Speechstream

SpeechStream is a voice option program designed for use by publishers to provide access to textbooks and other written material for students with learning disabilities. This program embeds auditory and visual resources within a publisher's content to improve retention, comprehension, and recall. Text can be read aloud continuously or by word, sentence, or paragraph, with dual color synchronous highlighting of text that is being read aloud; for example, highlighting a sentence in one color while

Spell Track

Spell Track is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by individuals with learning, vision, or cognitive disabilities. It provides spelling practice with multi-sensory activities targeted toward learners ranging from the pre-school child to adult with dyslexia. Learners work at their own pace on essential literacy skills such as phonemic awareness, left-to-right tracking, word recognition, sequencing, segmenting, blending, and proofreading. Teachers can add word lists and write sentences t

Spell Well

Spell Well is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This CD-ROM has 20 colorful game boards, each focusing on vocabulary covering different topics, such as School, Home, Food, Ocean, and the Environment. There are over 2,500 ASL (American Sign Language) sign and graphic vocabulary prompts. When the player spells enough words to reach the end of a game, the screen comes alive with animation.

Spider In The Kitchen

Spider in the Kitchen is a language training program designed for children with learning or cognitive disabilities or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. The program has three separate activities designed to help students with positional language, understanding of processes, and matching objects to suitable locations. In these activities the users find the spider hiding behind objects in the kitchen while engaging in familiar kitchen activities. Users must name familiar kitchen o

Spinning Sound Effects Carousel (Models 427)

The Spinning Sound Effects Carousel, model 427, is an educational toy designed for use by children with communication or cognitive disabilities. The spinning unit features pre-recorded sound effects that are played when the child presses one of the 12 sides of the toy. The bottom tier has six switch plates with picture frames attached with Velcro. The top tier has an additional six switches with picture frames. The sound effects include a motorcycle, police car, race car, truck, jets, birds, lig

Sportime Direct Cue

The Sportime Direct Cue is a direction tutorial program designed to guide the direction, movement and placement of body parts for young children (early walkers) and chair users. The program can be used individually or in group sessions. The components consist of curved lines, hand and foot prints, and arrows fabricated from a pliable vinyl material. The user is able to construct multi-sized circles, walk-along pathways, or a pattern of choice with arrows directing the way. OPTIONS: There are six

Spring-A-Ling

The Spring-A-Ling is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with physical and neurological disabilities. The device consists of a one-piece tubular track configured in springs, curves, and circles with a variety of large beads to be manipulated around the track.

Stack'ms

Stack'ms is a visual stimulation and eye hand coordination activity designed to provide lessons in shapes, colors and counting for individual with physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities. The toy consists of a plastic cone and six differently colored, differently sized rings which fit on the cone in order. It is designed to enhance cognitive as well as fine motor skills.

Stacking Blocks (Model 359)

Stacking Blocks, model 359, is an educational toy and fine motor skills training activity designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. This toy teaches counting skills while reinforcing fine motor control, and can be used to introduce a child to addition and subtraction. The toy consists of a set of colorful wooden blocks and a frame to support stacking. When one of the blocks is placed on the stack, a light turns on. When the stacking task is completed, the child is rewarded with s

Stanford Achievement Test Braille & Large Type Editions

The Stanford Achievement Test Braille and Large Type Editions are braille and large print assessment evaluation tests designed for use by teachers for the assessment of students who are blind or have low vision. These are braille and large print versions of the Stanford Achievement Test, Form 5, Ninth Edition, 1996, which is designed to measure student performance in the areas of reading, spelling, study skills, language, mathematics, science, social science, and listening skills. Braille and l

Starting Gate Series Set 1 (Models Sgs1, Sgs2, Sgs3, Sgs4, & Sgs5)

The Starting Gate Series Set 1 is a set of five braille books that make up a braille training program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. This courseware package is designed to be used with the SAL Speech Assisted Learning System (see separate entry). The five books in this series offer students reading below grade level an opportunity to experience success. Each book contains four short stories on contemporary topics that appeal to young people and adults. Starting wi

Sticky Dots Adhesive

Sticky Dots Adhesive are designed for children with low vision.  These sheets of self-adhesive dots allow you to transfer the dots to various materials.

Stickybear Abc

Stickybear ABC is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for use by teachers and parents working with children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have developmental, cognitive or learning disabilities. The program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to learn the letters of the alphabet and the sounds that the letters make. The child starts playing the app by pressing PLAY from the Main Menu and a keyboard appears with the letters A through

Stickybear Abc Deluxe

Stickybear ABC Deluxe is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach the letters of the alphabet for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who are developmentally or physically disabled. The program features four separate learning activities which provide skills practice in alphabet learning. Students can use phonics keywords to select, identify, pronounce, write, and choose letters. The program allows the teacher to control the presented material, make ad

Stickybear Early Learning Activities

Stickybear Early Learning Activities is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through first grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features six separate learning activities with animation and sound which provide skills practice in the alphabet, counting, writing, shapes, opposites, and colors. The Alphabet activity provides a word, letter, and animation for every letter of the alphabet. The Counting activity he

Stickybear Kindergarten Activities

Stickybear Kindergarten Activities is an academic, personal skills, independent living skills and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed designed for children from pre-kindergarten through first grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. This program takes children into Stickybear's house, where they learn the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors, social skills, and important safety messages. Users also are encouraged to take part in off-screen activities that foster creativity

Stickybear Math 1 Deluxe

Stickybear Math 1 Deluxe is a math tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program teaches children addition and subtraction, beginning with the most elementary addition problems and continuing through more complex addition and subtraction with regrouping. Animated instructions offer a skill-building tool that can be customized for one child or a group of children. The program is divided into eight levels

Stickybear Math 2 Deluxe

Stickybear Math 2 Deluxe is a math tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program teaches children multiplication and division, beginning with the most elementary multiplication problems and continuing through more complex multiplication and division with regrouping. Animated instructions with audio explain each new concept and encourage children to investigate new skills. The program is divided into eight l

Stickybear Math Splash

Stickybear Math Splash is a math tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program introduces children to math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The problems are divided into six external levels of difficulty covering over 60 different math skills and operations. Stickybear Math Splash features four different activities. Combining math skills exploration with comic relief, the pirate

Stickybear Math Town

Stickybear Math Town is a math tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade who have learning disabilities. This program provides students with math practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and word problems. The program features six Math Town locations as the background for math problems and multiple levels of difficulty which keep the activities challenging. Students can sharpen their basic skills by solving problems vertically and horizon

Stickybear Math Word Problems

Stickybear Math Word Problems is a math tutorial program designed for children from first grade through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides beginning practice analyzing and solving math word problems, and it is designed to capture the interest of users while teaching crucial math skills. Children practice deductive and arithmetic skills solving math problems related to everyday situations. The program features more than 350 math word problems in any comb

Stickybear Numbers

Stickybear Numbers is an academic and math skills tutorial program designed for use by teachers and parents working with children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to learn basic number skills such as counting, addition and subtraction. The child starts playing the app by pressing PLAY 0-9 on the Main Menu, and a keyboard appears at the bottom of the screen with the num

Stickybear Numbers Deluxe

Stickybear Numbers Deluxe is an academic, math and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach number recognition for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features four separate activities with graphics for numbers 0-9 and 0-30. Each activity provides children with an opportunity to build skills essential for success in mathematics, and it allows teachers to target specific skills to build early mathematical un

Stickybear Opposites Deluxe

Stickybear Opposites Deluxe is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach the concept of opposites for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have developmental or learning disablilities. This software helps children to identify and name opposites such as in/out, big/little, up/down, and over/under in three different activities. The program also helps children develop essential skills relating to code-breaking, language, logic, and problem solving. The

Stickybear Phonics 1

Stickybear Phonics 1 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through third grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features integrated video with animation for every lesson. The lessons begin with a review of the letters of the alphabet, followed by consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, and long vowel sounds. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing students to see how the mouth shapes sound and h

Stickybear Phonics 2

Stickybear Phonics 2 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fourth grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. Students learn to build knowledge by sounding out words. The program features integrated video for every lesson. The lessons begin by introducing consonant blends, followed by vowel blends, mixed consonants, and vowel blends. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing students to see how the mouth sha

Stickybear Phonics 3

Stickybear Phonics 3 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fourth grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. Students learn to build knowledge by sounding out words. The program features integrated video for every lesson. The lessons begin with prefixes, continue to suffixes, and finish with compound words. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing children to see how the mouth shapes sound and to hear each

Stickybear Reading Comprehension

Stickybear Reading Comprehension is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading comprehension skills practice with multiple levels. The program features more than 30 level-appropriate stories which provide students practice in recognizing the main idea, defining sequence, finding details, using context to identify words, and understanding cause

Stickybear Reading Comprehension 2

Stickybear Reading Comprehension 2 is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program, a sequel to Stickybear Reading Comprehension (see separate entry), continues to provide reading comprehension skills practice with multiple levels. The program features more than 30 additional level-appropriate stories which provide students practice in recognizing the main idea

Stickybear Reading Fun Park

Stickybear Reading Fun Park is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through third grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading skills practice with four learning activities. Each activity has multiple levels of difficulty and skills that address both the auditory and visual needs of readers. User selectable phonics skills allow teachers and parents to focus children’s efforts, and the individ

Stickybear Reading Room Deluxe

Stickybear Reading Room Deluxe is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through third grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading and thinking skills practice with four learning activities. Each activity features animation and human speech. The main Sentence Builder activity allows students to create their own animations by constructing thousands of possible sentences from noun and verb phrases.

Stickybear Science Fair Light

Stickybear Science Fair Light is a science tutorial program designed for children from second grade through seventh grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides an environment which allows children to explore, experiment with, and understand light and its properties. Stickybear Science Fair Light presents experiments, both structured and free-form, that allows students to work with prisms, lenses, color mixing, and optical illusions. Historical data is coupled with a u

Stickybear Shapes Deluxe

Stickybear Shapes Deluxe is an academic and perceptual tutorial program designed to teach the concept of shapes to children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have developmental or learning disabilities. This software focuses on shape identification and the names of shapes such as triangle, square and rectangle in four different activities. The Find It activity challenges children to find and name shapes within pictures and the Draw It activity is intended to encourage children’s cre

Stickybear Spelling

Stickybear Spelling is an academic, spelling, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides spelling skills practice with three activities, each with four graded levels of difficulty. Stickybear Spelling contains more than 2,000 recorded words and teachers can edit the word lists for each student. Students build sight vocabularies, spelling, and memory skills as they spell wo

Stickybear Typing

Stickybear Typing is a typing instruction program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program allows students to sharpen typing skills and achieve keyboard mastery with three multi-level activities. The Stickybear Keypress activity, for young players and beginners, allows typing practice from the simplest drills in home key position to complex exercises that require the full keyboard. The Stickybear Thump activity build

Stickybear Word Bop

Stickybear Word Bop is a pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for use by teachers and parents working with children ages three and above who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to learn vocabulary, reading, phonics, language skills and code breaking. The Word Bop action takes place on an arcade-like playing field. The child fires the jolly red popper cannon as objects float slowly by by tapping on the screen.

Stickybear's Matching Mansion

Stickybear's Matching Mansion is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for use by teachers and parents working with children ages three through six and up who are developmentally or physically disabled. This program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to learn basic reading skills. The program features a Fun Park Haunted Mansion with screechy bats and owls and assorted peculiar characters. The child starts the app by hitting PLAY, touches an open wind

StorEbook

StorEbook is an application designed for children who can not read but want to read or for parents who want their child to hear a bedtime story but do not have time to read to them. This application is designed so that when Mama is talking it plays a mother's voice and when Papa is talking it plays in a father's voice.

Story Builder

Story Builder is an auditory perceptual training program, a language tutorial program and a story writing program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad to help children accomplish the following educational goals: (1) improve paragraph formation; (2) improve integration of ideas; and (3) improve higher level abstractions by i

Story Comprehension To Go Interactive Software (Model N49-2-Ws)

Story Comprehension To Go Interactive Software, model N49-2-WS, is a reading tutorial and story reading program designed for use by children with learning disabilities. The program can be used by students at all ability levels in a classroom or therapy room to improve comprehension. Ninety high-interest stories cover a readability range of 2.0 to 4.9. Comprehension tasks include vocabulary and semantics, exclusion, paraphrasing and summarizing, sequencing, problem solving, conclusions and infere

Storymaker

StoryMaker is a story writing program and a language tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to help children create and present Social Stories using pictures, text and audio. The user can create as many stories as he or she would like using zero to three pictures per page. The program

Storypals

StoryPals is a reading tutorial, story reading and story writing program designed for use by children with cognitive, communication, language or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a child to use an Apple iPad to practice listening and reading comprehension skills with a teacher, parent, or independently. StoryPals comes with 24 original stories ranging in readability levels 2 to 6 with colorful, interactive artwork and imaginative characters. These stories can be r

Storytime Just For Fun Intellikeys Bundle

The Storytime Just for Fun IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by young children with cognitive, physical, or communication disabilities. Designed for use with IntelliKeys by IntelliTools (not included; see separate entry) and one or two switches, the set includes software with ten sets of activities based on five different stories, the "Storytime Just for Fun" book with five reproducible stories, and one full-color and one black-and-white IntelliKeys overlay fo

Storytime Tales

Storytime Tales is a language tutorial program designed to emphasize real-life content and predictable story lines in order to reinenforce concept development for children with cognitive or physical disabilities. Made to encourage group involvement, the program consists of a collection of three stories and utilizes a real human voice, colorful graphics and friendly pictures as well as repetition of speech designed to enhance reading, cognitive and communication skills. Additionally, the program

Student Self-Concept Scale (Sscs)

The Student Self-Concept Scale (SSCS) is an assessment designed for use by children with emotional, learning, or other mild disabilities or behavior difficulties. This individually- or group-administered, 72-item self-report can be used for general screening, pre-referral assessment, or assessment of students already classified as mildly disabled. Separate norms are given for elementary and secondary male and female students. The assessment provides ratings of three dimensions (Self-Confidence,

Subtract Me - Lite

Subtract Me – Lite is a math tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to teach a child subtraction of numbers with one or more digits. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections, each with separate "Learn" and "Play" parts. The app shows a series of subtraction problems and answers on the screen using be

Super Solvers Gizmos & Gadgets

Super Solvers Gizmos & Gadgets is an academic tutorial program for children with learning disabilities designed to help students understand the basic principles of physical science. Students discover how magnets attract, light bulbs glow and scales blance. The program includes more than 260 physical science puzzles and simulations to create an awareness of real-world science applications. Students receive immediate feedback on their answers and clues to help them find the correct solutions.

Super Solvers Spellbound

Super Solvers Spellbound is a vocabulary and spelling tutorial software program for learning disabled children designed to build second- through fourth-grade spelling skills. The CD-ROM version offers more than 1,000 spoken words. The program is built on a spelling bee in which the Master of Mischief challenges players to out-spell him and his robot friends. Players can prepare for the spelling bee with three activities -- word search, flash card and criss cross -- designed to sharpen spelling s

Super Speak & Read

Super Speak & Read is a story reading program and educational electronic toy that uses phonics and sight-reading methods to help children relate letters and letter patterns to sounds, and helps them to build words and complete sentences. This device may be suitable for children with low vision due to its voice output features, the enlarged black on white print, and the control buttons that have blue on white symbols as well as smaller print words to indicate On, Off, Repeat, Skip Ahead, and

Super Spell Grammar 1

SuperSpell: Grammar 1 is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This collection of activities is a sequel to "Super Spell at the Beach." Users accumulate points as they complete structured grammar activities such as navigating scrambling beach crabs or avoiding cruising sharks, and dangerous jellyfish. These activities improve usage of nouns and verbs. The more points earned, the more reward games can be played. This product covers the f

Super Spell Grammar 2

SuperSpell: Grammar 2 is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This collection of activities is a sequel to "Super Spell Grammar 2" and covers the following topics: parts of speech, punctuation, sentence structure, and grammar usage. Users click and drag or type to complete activities where they work on grammar skills such as forming adverbs, subject/verb agreement, compound sentences, quotation marks, etc. Every screen includes an "E

Supermarket Bingo

DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To teach supermarket recognition and mobility to students who are blind or who have low vision. Following foundational lessons in store layout and product identification, students should be familiarized with the primary parts of a specific local store, as well as locations related to those parts. The focus should then be on specific sections with the understanding that most products found within a section are related to each other. When these concepts are in place, the g

Survival Skills

Survival Skills is a safety awareness and language tutorial program in a board game format designed to help individuals with cognitive disabilities learn to read or recognize important vocabulary words and images necessary to safely function in daily life. Categories include home, school, work, community, and shopping and include such topics as poison symbols, "Out of Order" signs, oven dials, first aid kits, television remote controls, "Danger signs," and others. The "Draw Cards" use full-color

Swim, Swam, Swum: Mastering Irregular Verbs

Swim, Swam, Swum: Mastering Irregular Verbs is a language and reading tutorial program with optional voice output and alternate access designed to train over 200 high-frequency irregular verbs in their present, past, and past perfect forms for individuals with language learning, developmental, physical, or hearing disabilities, or autism. Accessibility is available through a keyboard, touch screen, single switch or mouse. There are four verb training activities. The first trains 30 early develop

Switch Adapted The Galaxy Star Projector

Switch Adapted Galaxy Star Projector is designed for use by individuals with limited fine motor, gross motor strength and coordination as a result of dyspraxia, cerebral palsy, and traumatic brain injuries. It can be used in a small room to transform it into a planetarium with a lightshow of stars and nebulas. Users use their switch to turn on the Adapted Star Galaxy Star Projector to project an animated galaxy filled with thousands of stars around the room. It includes shooting stars and the o

Switch It - Change It

Switch It - Change It is a pre-reading tutorial program, a cognitive skills tutorial program, a language skills tutorial program, and a training system for matching/sorting/assembly designed to teach 1 to 4 players, ages 18 months to 3 years, matching, identification, and selection. Colorful, animated common objects are presented on the screen. Three-dimensional objects (extra) are shown to the user who then selects the matching on-screen object using a single switch switch. COMPATIBILITY: For u

Switch On Original

Switch On Original is a cause and effect training program designed for use by young children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This program can be operated with a mouse, the space bar, a single switch, or a touch screen and offers four basic activities: Picture building, picture matching, reaction timing, and speech recognitoin. Picture building requires the child to build a picture and then the picture activates. Picture matching requires matching of pictures. Reaction timing requ

Switch On Travel

Switch On Travel is a cause and effect training program designed for use by young children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This program can be operated with a mouse, the space bar, a single switch, or a touch screen and offers four basic activities using pictures of vehicles with animation and sound: Picture building, picture matching, reaction timing, and speech recognitoin. Picture building requires the child to build a picture and then the picture activates. Picture matching r

Switch On Zoo

Switch On Zoo is a cause and effect training program designed for use by young children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This program utilizes zoo animals as a theme and can be operated with a mouse, the space bar, a single switch, or a touch screen. Users perform activities such as picture matching, choice making, and matching pictures to the spoken word. The level of difficulty can be changed to meet the needs of different users. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible comp

Switchit! Maker 2

SwitchIt! Maker 2 is a lesson authoring program designed to enable teachers of children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities to create customized, switch-accessible cause and effect programs for their students. This program turns text, images, movies and sounds into simple on-screen activities accessible using a mouse, whiteboard, touch monitor, keyboard, or switches. Children can also use it to make activities as part of a lesson. Export and import features allow activities to be tran

Switchit! Opposites

SwitchIt! Opposites is is a cognitive skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children who cognitive or severe physical disabilities. Accessible with one or two switches, the program introduces concepts such as big and little, in and out, hot and cold, up and down, and open and closed. Two or more objects appear on the screen with a question; when the user selects the appropriate object to answer the question, a visual reward is given. The program offers multiple settings that a

Switchit! Patterns

SwitchIt! Patterns is a control switch training program designed for use with children with physical and cognitive disabilities. Accessible with a mouse or IntelliKeys (see separate entry), the program teaches the use of a single switch while introducing the concept of patterns. The program enables users to build bold geometric patterns with the click of the switch. Ten distinct patterns and three levels of complexity are offered. Animation or color cycling can be selected as a visual reward. Th

Switchit! Pictures

SwitchIt! Pictures is a control switch training program designed for use by children with physical or cognitive disabilities. Accessible with a mouse or Intellikeys (see separate entry), the program teaches the use of a single switch while introducing picture concepts. The program enables users to create pictures with the click of the switch. The program offers multiple settings that allow users to practice at their own pace and level of difficulty and settings can be saved and loaded for later

Tack-Tiles Braille Systems

TACK-TILES Braille Systems are a Braille game and instruction kit designed to acquaint children who are blind with raised dot Braille letters within the environment of play. Designed to fit and work like standard snap-together toy building blocks, children can create buildings, figures, cars, etc. while learning Braille. The pieces can be endlessly rearranged during the course of a lesson, encouraging creativity and interest. Because the blocks correspond with standard toy blocks, accessories an

Tactile Colour Textured Self-Adhesive Vinyl

Tactile Colour Textured Self-Adhesive Vinyl is tactile graphics paper designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This colored self-adhesive vinyl follows a system that links colors to textures according to the following scheme: Red, soft and rubbery; orange, soft, rubbery, and bumpy; yellow, hard and bumpy; green, hard, rough, and gritty; blue, fine gritty; purple, ridged dashes; pink, corrugated; brown, wavy ridges; tan, linoleum or leather-like; gray, fine etched; black,

Tactile Quilt

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To provide a one-year-old child who is blind with the opportunity to explore different textures. Squares of fabric of varying textures are sewn together into a quilt. To provide additional textures, fabric paint is used to create thick dots on a square and beads are sewn in a pattern on another square. Jingle bells can be sewn between two or more of the squares to provide auditory stimulus. Personal items from the child's family also can be attached to individu

Tactile Test Of Basic Concepts (Model 1-08830-00)

Tactile version of the Boehm Test of Basic Concepts assesses the young child's mastery of concepts essential to understanding oral communication. This includes such fundamentals as top, bottom, middle, over, under, inside, outside, next to, etc. Set includes 5 practice cards, 50 test cards made of high-impact plastic, a class record form, and TTBC and BTBC test manuals.

Talk Time Recordable Postcards

Talk Time Recordable Postcard is designed for children and adults practicing their writing and storytelling skills. Users can record a message for up to 10 seconds in length. There is a write on and wipe off surface that can be used with dry erase writing tools (crayons, markers, pens) to write a message or draw a picture. POWER: Batteries are not replaceable. CAPACITY: Able to record a 10 second message. COLOR: white. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Talking Master Mouse Computer

The Talking Master Mouse Computer is an educational, electronic toy computer with mouse designed to introduce computer skills and develop math, pre-school spelling, and vocabulary skills. This toy may be appropriate for use by children with low vision due to the bright, contrasting colors of the overlay inserts, keyboard, and screen, as well as the high contrast black on white large print keypad. Activity cards are inserted into the top of the "monitor", and the voice output guides the child thr

Talking Math

Talking Math is a language tutorial program designed for use with children and adults with cognitive and communication disabilities. Contained in a sturdy storage box, this set of 48 large cards is designed to teach the language and concepts necessary for math success, including sorting, sequencing, position, number, shape, and size. Teaching points and follow-up activities are included on the back of each full-color card. DIMENSIONS: 8 x 5.75 inches.

Talking Nouns I Intellikeys Bundle, Talking Nouns Ii Bundle, & Talking Verbs Intellikeys Bundle

The Talking Nouns I IntelliKeys Bundle, Talking Nouns II IntelliKeys Bundle, and the Talking Verbs IntelliKeys Bundle are a voice output vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use by children with cognitive, physical, or communication disabilities. Each set includes the CD-ROM software from Laureate Learning Systems (see separate entry) and the appropriate plastic IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlay. Each program offers several activities: Interactive communication

Talking Nouns I Sterling Edition

Talking Nouns I Sterling Edition is a voice output language tutorial program designed to encourage expressive language, promote communication and train augmentative communication skills for individuals with learning, developmental, or physical disabilities as well as those who are candidates for augmentative communication. The program encourages students to communicate using 50 nouns. Students practice the expressive use of words and phrases and learn the formation of grammatically correct sente

Talking Public Domain Disks

Sets of public domain software are available on disk with voice output, from the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resource System/South (FDLRS/ South). The programs were selected and adapted so that synthesized voice output would provide all the information that the screen provides, so that they could be used by visually impaired students. The disks contain primarily educational programs. There are currently 78 "volumes," each volume being a side of a disk (disks are filled on both sides). There

Talking Science Photocards

Talking Science Photocards are a language tutorial program designed for use with children and adults with cognitive and communication disabilities. Contained in a sturdy storage box, this set of large cards is designed to teach the language and concepts of science, including seasons and weather, life forms, life processes, effects of human activity, earth and environments, materials, forces, and light and sound. Teaching points and follow-up activities are included on the back of each full-colo

Talking Typer For Windows (Models D-03430-00 & D-03430-Ed)

Talking Typer for Windows is a voice output computer keyboarding and typing instruction program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. This training software speaks and displays lessons on-screen, including drills, practice, and typing games. Lessons can be adjusted to the student's skill level and level of vision. The software can be used by individual students or by multiple students in a networked training environment. The program includes features for teachers, such a

Tammy And Toby Tracheasaurus Coloring Book

The Tammy and Toby Tracheasaurus Coloring Book, model TT203, is designed to offer children who have had a tracheostomy a fun and educational experience in learning about the tracheostomy procedure, and to offer a forum for discussing anxieties and concerns the child may have regarding their tracheostomy. Toby Tracheasaurus explains to Tammy about having a tracheostomy and introduces her to his collection of dinosaur friends who are also tracheostomized. Therapist may also find this book useful i

Tangible Graphs Kit (Model 1-08860-00)

The Tangible Graphs Kit, model 1-08860-00, is a set of materials designed for use as educational aids for teaching tactile graph reading skills to children who are blind or have low vision. Materials in this tactile graph reading kit help students develop skills for reading tactile pictographs and bar, circle, and line graphs. The kit includes a three volume braille student text (with raised graphic displays on brailon and paper), a two volume braille student graph test for evaluating students'

Tangible Object Cards

The Tangible Object Cards are a vocabulary enhancement activity for people with language, learning and communication disabilities. The cards are also intended for people who are blind or have low vision. Each card displays a word on the top portion and there is corresponding object securely fastened to the bottom of the card. These cards allow a person to learn to associate a word with the actual object it represents. Cards with SymbolStix symbols are available for an additional cost. The core s

Tapspeak Sequence

TapSpeak Sequence is a symbolic direct selection communicator program and communicator training program for people with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities or autism. The program allows the user to tap or touch a series of images on a touchscreen to play a sequence of messages. To develop motor skills needed to use communicators, taps can be configured to require that the user must lift his/her finger off the screen in a specified time or not move his/her finger more than a specifie

Teach Me Elmo

Teach Me Elmo is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or visual disabilities. This stuffed Sesame Street character teaches mouth, nose, hand, foot and tummy by naming them when pressed. He also gives a big kiss when he names "mouth."

Teach Me English In Asl ‚ÄövÑv¨ Classroom

Teach Me English in ASL – Classroom is a language tutorial program presented in American Sign Language (ASL) for use by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This series of 40 DVDs provides 185 lessons to teach ASL speakers how to read and write in English. It is intended for use in a classroom. The course covers a variety of topics including the alphabet, capitalization, abbreviations, punctuation, nouns, noun determiners, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and

Teach Me English In Asl ‚ÄövÑv¨ Home Study

Teach Me English in ASL – Home Study is a language tutorial program presented in American Sign Language (ASL) for use by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This series of 16 DVDs provides 185 lessons to teach ASL speakers how to read and write in English. It is intended for individual use in the home. The course covers a variety of topics including the alphabet, capitalization, abbreviations, punctuation, nouns, noun determiners, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunct

Teach Me Idioms In Asl

Teach Me Idioms in ASL is a language training and vocabulary enhancement program presented in American Sign Language (ASL) for use by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This series of five DVDs teaches ASL speakers the meanings and examples of 500 of the most common idioms in English. It is intended for individual use in the home.

Teach Me To Talk

Teach Me to Talk is a language tutorial program designed for use with children and adults with communication disabilities. This program offers three sections; part one offers pictures of 148 nouns, including animals, foods, transportation, household objects, and simple beginning sounds. Features that can be turned on or off on the fly include pictures morphing to the Mayer-Johnson symbol, a musical interlude before a word is spoken to engage attention, choice of having the word spoken in English

Teach Me To Talk Overlays

Teach Me to Talk Overlays are language tutorial program overlays designed for use with Intellikeys (see separate entry). The hybrid CD-ROM includes all 48 overlayss necessary to use the Teach Me to Talk (see separate entry) program with Intellikeys. The overlays can also be adapted for games and other activities. COMPATIBILITY: The hybrid CD-ROM includes versions for use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Both versions require Overlay Maker by Intellitools (not i

Teacher's Cupboard

Teacher's Cupboard is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Available in a home user version or a single-user school version, this programs draw young learners into magical lands with kangaroos and giants to find the gifts teachers desire. This interactive literacy program offers two adventures to lead children through focused literacy activities where they practice skills such as identifying beginning letter sounds, story sequencing, an

Teacher's Pet (Models D-03460-00 & D-03460-Ed)

Teacher's Pet, models D-03460-00 & D-03460-ED, is a test authoring program designed for use by teachers of children who are blind or have low vision. The program can be used to create and administer audio or large print drills, practice exercises, tests, and quizzes. Tests that can be created may be multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, single question/single answer, or simple matching. The author can enter a range of acceptable answers (so that, for example, the student can type in either "4"

Teaching Conversation To Children With Autism, Script And Script Fading

Teaching Conversation to Children With Autism, Script and Script Fading is designed for children with autism or anyone with communication disabilities to teach those individuals how to initiate and sustain conversations using scripting. This proven method or technique works well with ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis, behavior programs, or with a Speech and Language Pathologist. It can be an audiotape or a written word or phrase that prompts the child through a conversation. Next learn to slowly

Teaching Kids To Prepare For School (Cbcd)

Teaching Kids to Prepare for School is an academic tutorial, independent living skills and problem solving skills training program for use by parents and teachers working with pre-school children with cognitive, learning, or vision disabilities. This series of 43 duplicatable books or 43 duplicatable CD-ROMs can be used by parents and teachers at home or in school to instruct children in six areas - Math and Problem Solving Skills; Reading and Language Development; Developing Your Child's Physic

Team Up With Timo: Lesson Creator

Team Up with Timo: Lesson Creator is a lesson authoring program designed for use by teachers, therapists, or parents of children with autism or communication or language disabilities. The program enables users to create customized multimedia vocabulary and language lessons featuring an animated onscreen tutor called Timo, who coaches students through each new lesson, offering encouragement and direction as needed. To create lessons, users import pictures such as photographs, clip art, or Mayer-J

Telephonics

Telephonics is an interactive educational toy designed for use by children between 12 and 36 months of age with cognitive, vision, or learning disabilities. This telephone-style toy features a receiver and a large block-style keypad with one "key" for each letter of the alphabet; the letters are large and raised. When a letter is pressed, an animal corresponding to that letter pops up for conversation. Each animal speaks three phrases such as "Hi! This is Zoe the Zebra! My name starts with 'Z' t

Tell A Tale

Tell A Tale is a story writing program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program encourages children to write their own three-sentence stories using the 100 combination offered by the software. Each story has an opening, a setting, an actor, and action, all illustrated with animation. The program also offers clear narration in male or female voices, highlighted text, and an interface simple enough for early learners. Full teacher controls and three levels

Ten Counter (Model 3101)

The Ten Counter, model 3101, is an educational toy designed for use by children with fine motor and cognitive disabilities. This manipulative toy consists of a wooden base with 10 arches, each holding from one to 10 flat beads. The number of beads on the arch corresponds to the printed numeral and the number of objects pictured at the bottom of the arch.

Tense Sequencing Cards

Tense Sequencing Cards are photo cards designed for use with children age four and up with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 33 multicultural cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training and provides clear full-color photographs of children engaged in various activities. The set includes 11 groups of three cards designed to encourage children to use past, present, and future tense in speech. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 x 5 inches.

Termite Torpedo (Models D-03470-00 & D-03470-Ed)

Termite Torpedo is an educational game program and visual training activity designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. In this arcade-style game, termites are eating their way through Woodville, and the player must clear the playing field of termites. Once the termites have been cleared away, a whole new force appears to take over where the last ones left off. The player must clear all twelve levels of termites to save the city. This game gives students with low vision pra

Test Of Auditory Reasoning And Processing Skills (Tarps)

The Test of Auditory Reasoning and Processing Skilkls (TARPS) is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with children ages five to 14 years of age with speech, language, hearing, and neurological disabilities. This test covers the following functions of auditory reasoning and processing: general information, arithmetic reasoning, verbal absurdities, finding reasons, analogical completions, comprehension, directional orientation, and similarities. The complete battery includes a manual an

Test Of Language Development-Intermediate — Fourth Edition

The Test of Language Development: Intermediate - Fourth Edition (TOLD:I-4), is a language development assessment test designed for use in identifying children with communication disabilities. Professionals can use the test to (1) identify children between the ages of eight and seventeen years old who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, (2) determine specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, (3) document progress in remedial programs, and (4) measure

Test Of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers / Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills (Tpflnoss)

The Test of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers / Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills (TPFLNOSS) is designed for use with children ages five to eight years with cognitive, visual, or perceptual disabilities. This test evaluates a child's ability to visually perceive forms, letters, and numbers in the right direction and to visually perceive words with letters in the correct sequence. This test is motor reduced and no verbal responses are required. The child does not have to rely on his

Test Of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor (Tvps-Nm) & Test Of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor: Upper Level (Tvps-Nm:ul)

The Test of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor (TVPS-NM) is designed for use with children ages four through 13 years with cognitive, visual, and perceptual disabilities. This test addresses the perceptual areas of visual discrimination, memory, spatial relationships, figure-ground, and closure. The set includes a manual, test plates, and 25 record forms. The Test of Visual Perceptual Skills-Non Motor: Upper Level (TVPS-NM:UL) is designed for use with children and young adults ages 12 through 19

Test Of Visual-Motor Skills (Tvms) Revised Edition & Test Of Visual-Motor Skills : Upper Level (Tvms:ul) For Adolescents And Adults

The Test of Visual-Motor Skills (TVMS), Revised Edition is designed for use with children ages three years of age through 13 years, 11 months with visual, cognitive and perceptual motor disabilities. This revised edition features some new geometric forms and the deletion of some forms included in the earlier version, revised norms, and revised scoring. The scoring method requires that the geometric forms be evaluated by a number of visual-motor characteristics and scoring criterion is required f

Testtalker

TestTalker is a voice output test program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision, or by their teachers. This software program can help students with test taking, worksheet completion, and with study materials. It can also help people complete forms electronically. It provides a computerized version of a test, worksheet, or other form that can talk. Tests are presented bimodally, with words highlighted on screen as they are spoken aloud. As an accommodation tool, this progr

Textured Number Floor Puzzle (Model A9246-30)

The Textured Number Floor Puzzle, model A9246-30, is a floor puzzle with large pieces designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This puzzle features large, soft foam pieces with different textures on them to stimulate the sense of touch. Each number tile is a different color and has a piece count equal to the number on the tile. For example, the number two tile breaks down into two pieces. Puzzle pieces form the numbers one through nine. The entire puzz

Textured Paper Collection (Model 1-03275-00)

The Textured Paper Collection is tactile graphics paper designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. The kit contains tactile colored sheets that can be cut out and applied to another surface for such purposes as making tactile items on worksheets, creating area patterns in tactile diagrams, adding texture to adapted storybooks, creating tactile artworks, or labeling household items or books. In addition to paper, vinyl, and Tactile Colours paper in various colors, the kit incl

That's How I Feel

That's How I Feel is a voice output direct selection and symbolic communicator program and a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by individuals with communication, cognitive, learning, developmental or speech disabilities, or autism. This application, or app, enables an Apple iPad to function as an alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) system for people who cannot speak or have difficulty speaking. The app can also be used by a parent or therapist to teach a child vocabulary

The Abacus Made Easy: Braille (Model 5-00220-00) & Large Type (Model 4-00100-00)

"The Abacus Made Easy," by Davidow, published in Braille (model 5-00220-00) and large print (model 4-00100-00), is an instruction book on the Cranmer abacus designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision.

The Baby Bear Series Intellikeys Bundle

The Baby Bear Series IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by very young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes three software programs from the Elaine Clark Center and the IntelliKeys overlays. The software includes Baby Bear's Bubble Bath, Baby Bear Goes to School, and Baby Bear Plays Outside. Each story depicts Baby Bear participating in a variety of activities. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh Computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Int

The Backyard

The Backyard is an academic tutorial program designed to allow students to explore science and social skills for children with a developmental or physical disability. Children learn about animals, discovering that each one has a preferred habitat with a particular kind of climate. They can experiment to see what happens when animals interact. Other activities acquaint students with the concept of life cycles, where they can see a caterpillar turn into a butterfly. Activities in the Teacher's Gui

The Miliken Story Teller

The Miliken Story Teller is a reading comprehension skills program designed to intorduce children to story reading and writing for individuals who have a cognitive or physical disability. Children can follow the stories as they come to life on the screen, while listening to the text read by a human voice. The program combines speech, graphics, and animation in three classic children's tales to capture students' attention. Little Red Riding Hood, The Ugly Duckling and Henny Penny are read in huma

The Nursery Series Intellikeys Bundle

The Nursery Series IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by very young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes three software programs from the Elaine Clark Center and the IntelliKeys overlays. The software includes Over in the Meadow which teaches the numbers one through ten, Farm Animals which allows the child to select an animal and practice the sound it makes, and I Feel Happy which expands on the song "If You're happy and You Know

The Sentence Master: Program For Success In Reading Level 1

Sentence Master: A Program for Success in Reading Level 1 is a language and reading tutorial program designed to increase reading comprehension, foster independent reading and facilitate classroom inclusion for children and adults with language learning, developmental, or hearing disabilities, or autism. This program is useful for teaching reading skills to students who have difficulty with phonics or oral language, or who have impulsive learning styles and for teaching English as a second langu

The Signing Teddy Bears: Honey & Cookie

The Signing Teddy Bears: Honey & Cookie are stuffed animals designed for children with hearing disabilities. Each bear is designed to be held on the user's lap; the user slips his or her hand into the gloves on the paws and enables the bear to sign. Both bears are washable and non-allergenic. DIMENSIONS: Honey is 24 inches tall and Cookie is 18 inches tall.

The Working Farm Thematic Activity Module (Models 2819-2 & 2820-6)

The Working Farm Thematic Activity Module is a language training system and vocabulary tutorial program designed to teach students functioning at the Kindergarten through first grade levels basic language and science skills as students compare and group animals, identify food products produced on farms, and discuss farm jobs. The system utilizes a magnetized display board and metallic-backed visuals to illustrate concepts and encourage interactive learning. The module includes a self-standing ma

Therapeutic Building Blocks (Models 370 & 372)

Therapeutic Building Blocks are eye hand coordination activities designed for use by children with fine motor and cognitive disabilities. Model 370 is a shape board. While using it, children learn how to distinguish the difference between different shapes. It features a wooden base and nine three-dimensional blocks in various shapes. The Geometric Peg Board, model 372, has a wooden base with pegs to accept discs in five different shapes and a variety of colors, encouraging shape, color, and size

Therapeutic Manipulator (Model 2304)

The Therapeutic Manipulator, model 2304, is a sensory busy box designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. Pulling one of the two wiggle people activates cartoon sounds. Rotating the worm activates lights, music, and vibration in a dome in the center of the unit. Moving the large knob to the right or left plays more cartoon sounds. Pushing the green button plays a soothing tune. The unit has a wedge base for tabletop use, or the base can be removed for wall mounting. POWER: Uses f

Think & Go Phonics Learning System

The Think & Go Phonics Learning System is an interactive electronic pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of three and seven years who have cognitive or learning disabilities. In the shape of a frog's head, this unit offers six teach and quiz games to teach the alphabet, phonics, spelling, and early reading skills. . With the encouraging voice of Leap the Frog guiding them, children are taught the alphabet, quizzed on the alphabet, taught phonics, quizzed

Thinkin' Science

Thinkin' Science is a science tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive and learning disabilities. Five environments introduce students to the scientific methods and concepts needed to understand basic Earth, life, and physical sciences. Students learn to think like scientists as they solve problems using hypothesis, experimentation, observation, and deduction. The program covers major topics in Kindergarten to second grade science curriculums with hundreds of problems. A vari

Thinkin' Science Zap!

Thinkin' Science ZAP! is a science tutorial program designed for use by students with cognitive and learning disabilities. Working with laser beams, electrical circuits, and "visible" sound waves, students practice valuable thinking skills while experimenting within a scientifically accurate environment. Skills developed include observation, prediction, deductive reasoning, conceptual modeling, theory building, and hypothesis testing. The program features Virtual Manipulatives that provide hands

Thinkin' Things Frippletown

Thinkin' Things FrippleTown is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive and motor disabilities. As users discover the Fripples and the town they call home, they participate in four activities to develop problem-solving skills. In the Fripple Delivery Van, students take charge of a delivery van as they develop spatial skills while delivering packages to Fripples around town. In this three-dimensional environment, they discover multiple ways to solve problems

Three Bear Family Toss 'n' Play Activity Set

The Three Bear Family Toss 'N' Play Activity Set is a bean bag game designed for use by children with upper extremity or perceptual disabilities. The set includes a vinyl floor mat, four canvas bean bags, a game and activity book, and a storage box. The double-sided floor mat is printed with bright graphics of bears and numbered bear paw prints on a path; the reverse side of the mat is printed with a large bear with nmbers.. DIMENSIONS: The mat is 4 x 5 feet.

Tic-Tock Answer Clock (Model 1018)

The Tick-Tock Answer Clock, model 1018, is a teaching clock designed to enhance visual stimulation and teach the concept of cause and effect for individuals with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities. This clock features a plastic body in the shape of an owl with big eyes. A large clock face with big numbers and moveable hands is on his stomach. When children push down on the owl's left foot, the large plastic minute hand moves ahead five minutes. Then, if they push down on his right foo

Time & Growth Cards

Time & Growth Cards are photo cards designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 60 cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. These cards use natural events to illustrate sequencing. For example, one card may illustrate the life of a bird from hatching through the first moment of flight, while another might illustrate the life of a plant from the seed through blooming. Thiis set also includes a guide.

Time...to Go

Time...To Go! is an auditory output, electronic educational toy and time skills tutorial program designed to teach telling time on a conventional clock face, setting digital clocks and alarms, the concept of AM and PM, and a better understanding of before/after and earlier/later concepts. This toy is also a real working alarm clock with a built-in stand so it can be placed on a bed side table. Includes 10 double-sided cards for 20 different activities. Child interacts with the device by pressing

Tizzy’s Toybox V2

Tizzy’s Toybox V2 is a computer software that is designed for use by individuals with developmental delays, learning and & cognitive disabilities.  It introduces early learners to basic literacy and numeracy skills. The CD-ROM contains 12 simple, interactive activities that, whilst fun to complete, will develop children’s understanding of concepts such as sequencing stories, identifying letter sounds, matching numerals with sets of items.  Each activity has three levels of difficulty, allowi

Tobii Symbolmate

Tobii SymbolMate is a symbolic language picture creation program designed for use by individuals with communication disabilities and autism. This software has a large set of pre-designed templates for the creation of communication pages and boards for static augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) static devices. The templates include pages for a wide range of communication devices (not limited to Tobii), calendars, activities, schedules and storyboards. Additional templates are availab

Toby Tracheasaurus Plush Toy & Toby Tracheasaurus Puppet

The Toby Tracheasaurus Plush Toy and and Toby Tracheasaurus Puppet are educational toys designed for use with children with tracheostomies. Both the plush toy and the puppet come with a Shiley tracheostomy tube and a Passy-Muir Speaking Valve (see separate entry) to provide therapists and caregivers with an introduction to therapy for children with tracheostomies and facilitate vocalization.

Told-P:4: Test Of Language Development-Primary — Fourth Edition

The Test of Language Development-Primary: Fourth Edition (TOLD-P:4) is a language development assessment test designed for use in identifying children with communication disabilities. This test assesses spoken language in young children. Professionals can use it to (1) identify children who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, (2) determine their specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, (3) document their progress in remedial programs, and (4) measu

Tools For Transition

Tools for Transition is an assessment designed for use by secondary school students with learning disabilities. This program helps students identify and describe the strengths and weaknesses of their own learning style, and then relate this information to their individual education plan (IEP) goals; apply appropriate study strategies to their individual learning problems; understand the legal rights of students with learning disabilities to plan and advocate for accommodations in school; select

Top Introduction To Computer Knowledge

Top Introduction to Computer Knowledge, by Dean Martineau, is an audio cassette computer training program designed for individuals who are blind. This four track cassette training tape provides an introduction to computers written from the perspective of a blind computer user. It discusses the process of buying a computer and how to decide what computer to buy. It defines computer-related terms and briefly discusses and demonstrates how blind people use computers to write, use the Internet, read

Top Real Internet Explorer 5.0

Top Real Internet Explorer 5.0, by Dean Martineau, is an audio cassette computer training program designed for individuals who are blind. This four track cassette tape is a tutorial on the web browser Internet Explorer 5.0, written from the viewpoint of a blind computer user. It teaches users how to browse the Internet using Internet Explorer 5.0 together with various screen reader programs. Other topics include using programs to listen to radio and audio files over the Internet.

Top Win 95 Basics & Top Win 98 Basics

Top Win 95 Basics and Top Win 98 Basics, by Dean Martineau, are audio cassette computer training programs designed for individuals who are blind. These four track cassette tutorials assume no computer knowledge and teach Windows 95 and Windows 98 from the viewpoint of a user of speech output. Topics include navigating the desktop and the Start menu, other menus, dialog boxes, text editing, Windows Explorer, find, creating and using shortcuts, the control panel, and the registry.

Top Word 8.0

Top Word 8.0, by Dean Martineau, is an audio cassette computer training program designed for individuals who are blind. This four track cassette tape is a tutoral on Microsoft Word for Office 97, and teaches all aspects of word processing. This four track cassette tutorial comes with a supplemental disk that includes exercises to do in conjunction with the tutorial, along with additional information.

Topl-2: Test Of Pragmatic Language - Second Edition

The Test of Pragmatic Language, Second Edition (TOPL-2), is an assessment evaluation test designed for use by children with communication or learning disabilities. This test provides a comprehensive analysis of social communication in context. Its four principal uses are identifying individuals with pragmatic language deficits, determining individual strengths and weaknesses, documenting an individual’s progress, and researching pragmatic language skills. The complete kit includes an examiner’s

Toss 'n Go

Toss 'N Go is an educational game desighed for use by children with neurological, upper extremity, fine motor, learning, or eye-hand coordination disabilities. This multipurpose physical and cognitive game assists children in learning different methods of fastening in a normal developmental sequence; offers training in letter, number, color, and shape recognition; and reinforces fine- and gross-motor skills. The child catches the foam-filled die, undoes the fastening device (zipper, buttons, buc

Toss 'n' Play Activity Set

The Toss 'N' Play Activity Set is a bean bag game designed for use by children with upper extremity or perceptual disabilities. The set includes a vinyl floor mat, four canvas bean bags, a multi-lingual game and activity book, and a storage box. The double-sided floor mat is printed with bright graphics of numbers and geometric shapes on one side; the reverse is printed with a hopscotch board. DIMENSIONS: The mat is 4 x 5 feet.

Touch The Invisible Sky

Touch the Invisible Sky, by Noreen Grice, Simon Steel, and Doris Daou, is a braille, large print, and tactile graphics book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 60-page book contains color images of nebulae, stars, galaxies, and telescopes. Space images are based on observatons in visible and non-visible wavelengths (radio waves, x-rays, gamma rays, and ultraviolet). Each space image is embossed with transparent lines, bumps, and other textures to define details

Touch The Universe: A Nasa Braille Book Of Astronomy

Touch the Universe: A NASA Braille Book of Astronomy, by Noreen Grice, is a braille science book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The book includes 14 pages of photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, with a combination of Braille and large-print captions on facing pages. The book is embossed with shapes that represent various astronomical objects such as stars, gas clouds, and jets of matter streaming into space. Starting at Earth, it proceeds through the sol

Towards Independence Intellikeys Bundle

The Towards Independence IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the Picture Cue Dictionary, First Money, Making Change, Spending Money, WordWise, and Looking for Words software from Attainment Company (see separate entries) on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM an

Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment & Intervention System, Second Edition (Model Tpba/i 2)

The Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment and Intervention System, Second Edition, model TPBA/I 2, is a developmental assessment system designed for use by early intervention specialists. With this system, children from birth to age 6 are assessed in four domains (sensorimotor, emotional and social, communication and language, and cognition) while engaged in natural play with a parent. Professionals partner with parents to choose customized play-based interventions that help children make prog

Travel The World With Timmy! Deluxe

Travel the World with Timmy is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with upper extremity and learning disabilities. This program enables users to compare the similarities and differences of cultures through numbers and counting, words and stories, songs and games, arts and crafts, and languages as they travel to Japan, Kenya, Russia, France, and Argentina. Special features include access to "Timmy's Dictionary" from anywhere in the program to see and hear words spoken in diff

Treasure Cove!

Treasure Cove! is an academic tutorial program designed to improve undersea science knowledge while building reading, thinking, and math skills for individuals who are developmentally delayed. This program aims to develop thinking skills such as analyzing facts and and drawing conclusions, and provides exposure to scientific facts and principals, especially those of ocean life. There are over 300 spoken problem solving questions and an exciting introduction help children play more easily and mot

Treasure Galaxy!

Treasure Galaxy! is a math tutorial program designed to develop an understanding of measurement, basic fractions, geometric shapes and calendar reading for persons with cognitive disabilities. Revolving around an animated space adventure where the user must discover stolen crystals, this tutorial program features six mathematical activities designed to provide the participant the opportunity to collect the crystals. These activities, at each of the three space stations, include assembling basic

Treasure Mathstorm!

Treasure MathStorm! is an academic tutorial program designed to build abilities to tell time, count money, make change, and solve other math problems. This program strengthens thinking nd basic arithmetic skills such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication; and develops an understanding of equalities and inequalities. It includes both drill-and-practice and problem-solving questions. There are six different math levels so it is easy to find one that automatically adjusts to the player's abi

Treasure Mountain!

Treasure Mountain! is a math and reading tutorial program designed to teach reading, thinking, math and science skills to children who are developmentally delayed. This program builds on reading comprehension and vocabulary; sorting and pattern matching; arithmetic skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; and science concepts. It also covers other skills such as work identification, object comparison and deductive thinking. Over 350 spoken questions and hints make pla

Treehouse

Treehouse is a language and math tutorial program that is designed to encourage creativity, exploration, deductive reasoning and strategic thinking for students with a developmental or physical disability. Students explore the hideaway by clicking on objects which sometimes lead into deeper educational game levels of the program. The Sentence Theater focuses on sentence structure; several activities are centered around music and the instruments of an orchestra. Others concentrate on math, money,

Triangle

Triangle is a scientific math program with voice and tactile output designed for use by students and professionals in math, science, and engineering who are blind or have low vision. It is intended to provide a workspace for reading, writing, and manipulating mathematics. It uses GS (Gardner-Salinas) braille notation, a linear notation for scientific expressions with syntax modeled on the page markup language LaTeX, which is widely used by professional scientists and mathematicians. GS symbols t

Tricky Fingers

Tricky Fingers is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. The child uses his or her fingertips to manipulate marbles enclosed in a puzzle tray to create a pattern matching that on a pattern card. The set includes two puzzle trays and 14 pattern cards.

Turtle Alphabet And Number Puzzle

The Turtle Alphabet and Number Puzzle is a wood puzzle designed for use by children with fine motor and cognitive disabilities. This 40-piece puzzle assists in learning the letters of the alphabet and the numbers one through nine. The shell of the turtle is made up of individual pieces for each lowercase letter of the alphabet; the numbers edge the bottom of the shell. The corresponding uppercase letter is printed on the puzzle board beneath the corresponding piece. The number piece have the cor

Twimble

The Twimble is an eye hand coordination activity designed for children with physical, neurological, visual, and cognitive disabilities. This twistable and shakable toy comprises a series of wooden angled beads in a circle. A large wooden ball is centered on each side and these balls anchor another row of angled beads that bisects the circle. The angled beads cause the toy to twist, move, and droop in unpredictable ways, encouraging grasping and exploratory play. DIMENSIONS: 5 inches.

Twist & Shout Addition

Twist & Shout Addition is an educational toy designed for use by children between the ages of four and nine years with cognitive or learning disabilities. Designed to teach and quiz the addition tables from 1 through 12 using one number set at a time, this self-contained talking tube-shaped unit offers teach and quiz modes and four games and appealing music. The unit keeps score and congratulates children on every correct answer and provides the answer when help is needed.Answers are both he

Twist & Shout Multiplication

Tist & Shout Multiplication is an educational toy designed for use by children between the ages of seven and ten years with cognitive or learning disabilities. Designed to teach and quiz the multiplication tables from 0 through 12 using one number set at a time, this self-contained talking tube-shaped unit offers three games and appealing music. Game one requires the child to build an equation, then to press the "activator" button to hear the equation and its solution and see the answer on t

Twist & Shout Phonics

Twist & Shout Phonics is an educational toy designed for use by children between the ages of four and seven with cognitive or learning disabilities. Designed to teach and quiz letters, phonics, and spelling, as well as helping to build vocabulary, this self-contained talking tube-shaped unit offers four games and appealing music. Game one teaches letters and phonic sounds to a funky beat. Game two quizzes children on what they have learned, requiring them to press a button to select the corr

U.s. Puzzle Map (Model 1-01140-00)

The U.S. Puzzle Map, model 1-01140-00, is a tactile map and educational puzzle designed for teaching U.S. geography to children who are blind or have low vision. This take-apart political topographical map of the United States has a lightweight frame and colorful pieces representing individual states. Features include tactile mountains, rivers, and state capitals; incised state boundaries; state name abbreviations in braille; tactile latitude and longitude lines; finger holes for easy removal of

Ukandu Little Books: A Day At Play, Out And About

UKanDu Little Books is a story writing software program series designed to help build literary skills for children. "A Day at Play" and "Out and About" each feature three, four-paged animated stories designed to be finished by the user. On each page, the user is challenged to complete each sentence and is given two words to choose from. The program also features auditory cues, speech and sounds, built-in single-switch access, and all pages automatically print on one page. The user is also given

Understanding Attributes

Understanding Attributes is a language tutorial program designed to provide opportunities for improving adjective or attribute use. The user must first find the attribute in a sentence, e.g., "Find the word that shows SIZE in the sentence: 'It is a large box.'" Then the user must select a new size for the box from three possibilities, such as green, square, or small. The space bar and return key are the only keys used when running this program. The program keeps track of progress and prints prog

Unity

Unity is a direct selection communicator program and a cognitive skills and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by persons with communication or cognitive disabilities. The Minispeak application program is a vocabulary program for use with Prentke Romich communication devices (see separate entries). The vocabulary is pre-selected and pre-stored; the icons have already been chosen to represent the vocabulary and the overlay has been arranged in a logical array. Vocabulary is divided into

Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test

The Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test (UNIT) is a cognitive ability assessment program designed for use by students with cognitive, communication, learning, or speech disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. This cognitive assessment program is a set of individually administered specialized tasks that measure cognitive abilities. Both administration and item response formats are completely nonverbal. The tests measure a broad range of complex memory and reasoning abilities, includin

Using The Cranmer Abacus For The Blind (Models 4-27110-00 & 6-50100-00)

"Using the Cranmer Abacus for the Blind," by Gissoni, is a Cranmer abacus instruction book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is available in a braille edition, no. 6-50100-00, and a large print edition, no. 4-27110-00.

Vanimals (Model 1179)

Vanimals, model 1179, are educational toys designed to provide auditory and visual stimulation for children with neurological disabilities. Available in three styles (sold separately), each toy comes with a simple remote control with two big buttons. Hippo Fire Engine features a plastic body in the shape of hippo, four plastic wheels, a bell, two headlights, two big eyes, and two front teeth. When children press one button on its remote control, the fire engine does its funny walk. If the other

Variable Position Scanner

The Variable Position Scanner is a scanning communication training aid with six positions. The instructor activates the automatic scanning mode, and the lights for each position light sequentially until the student activates a single switch. The instructor must then restart the scanning. The Variable Position Scanner may be configured to scan three, four or six positions by turning a selector switch. Any desired symbols may be placed in each of the positions. The Variable Position Scanner is des

Verb And Preposition Fill-Ins

Verb And Preposition Fill-Ins is a language tutorial program designed to provide cognitive training in use of prepositions. A sentence with the preposition missing is presented, followed by a list of three prepositions. The user selects the appropriate preposition using the space bar and the return key. The program provides visual and auditory reinforcement. The program provides 20 lessons focusing on verbs and prepositions and a lesso generator. Preposition Fill-Ins has features that keep track

Verb Cards

Verb Cards are photo cards designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 35 cards can be used for reading skill development or communication and provides clear full-color photographs of children engaged in familiar activiities such as throwing balls, brushing hair, eating a popsicle, and more. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 x 5 inches

Verb Fill-Ins

Verb Fill-Ins is a language tutorial program designed to provide cognitive training in use of verbs. A sentence with the verb missing is presented, followed by a list of three verbs. The user selects the appropriate verb using the space bar and the return key. The program provides visual and auditory reinforcement. Verb Fill-Ins has features that keep track of user progress and allow clinicians to author their own programs. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, and Apple IIGS computers

Verbal Analogies

Verbal Analogies is a language tutorial program designed to provide drills in building and understanding vocabulary. Analogies are presented (e.g., "SEVEN is to EIGHT as TWO is to ..."), and the client is asked to select the correct answer from a list of five possibilities (e.g., "ONE, THREE, FIVE, SEVEN, NINE"). The clinician may develop lessons, save progress information on up to ten clients, and print out progress reports and lessons. Verbal Analogies is available in 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch siz

Verbal View Of Windows Xp (Model D-10500-00)

Verbal View of Windows XP, model D-10500-00, is audio computer training designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This comprehensive tutorial on Windows XP is written for keyboard users who are blind or have low vision. The CD contains DAISY 3.0 files and presentation software for use on a reading device such as Book Port (model 1-07440-00; see separate entry), as well as in HTML, contracted braille, and text files. Presented for the beginning user, it has minimal technic

Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition

Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition (Vineland-II) is an assessment designed for use to evaluate personal and social skills of children and adults with mental retardation, autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), brain injury, or dementia / Alzheimer’s disease. Psychologists and other professionals can use this assessment to identify individuals who have mental retardation, developmental delays, brain injuries, and other impairments. The ass

Visual Memory Game

The Visual Memory Game is a memory improvement activity designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. This activity consists of a wooden tray with 16 recessed circular "hiding spots" and lids with knobbed handles. Stickers, pictures, small shapes, small candies, etc. can be hidden in the recesses to create a memory activity. DIMENSIONS: The board is 12 x 12 inches and the lids are 1.75 inches deep.

Visual Skills Appraisal (Vsa)

The Visual Skills Appraisal (VSA) assesses visual inefficiencies in children ages five to nine years. Six subtests evaluate pursuit, scanning, alignment, locating movements, eye-hand corrdination, and fixation unity. This self-contained instrument does not require additional equipment and the manual includes visual training techniques keyed to each subtest. The complete set includes a manual, stimulus cards, 25 design completion forms, 25 red/green trail sheets, 25 score sheets, and red/green gl

Vizzle

VizZle is an academic, independent living and personal skills tutorial program and lesson authoring program designed for use by parents and teachers who work with children and adolescents with learning disabilities, autism and autism spectrum disorders. This subscription-based web application allows a user access to over 7,000 ready-to-use, customizable lessons. Users can also use flexible templates that can be modified for any age or ability level to build original content to meet exact student

Vizzle Player

VizZle Play is an academic, independent living and personal skills tutorial program designed for use by children and adolescents with learning disabilities, autism and autism spectrum disorders. The application (or "app") allows a person to access interactive instructional lessons developed by instructors using the VizZle web-based application (see separate entry). Each user must sign in with a login and password that will allow him or her access to only the lessons and other content specifical

Vocabulary Training Activity

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To assist children with cognitive or learning disabilities with word recognition. Consonant-vowel-consonat (CVC) words were color-coded with green for go as the initial consonant (where to start reading a word) and red for stop with the final consonant to end the word. The first vowel is linked to the first consonant, creating one unit (ca-t). AUTHOR: Sievers, T. TITLE: Assistive Technology Ideas that Work. WEB SITE: cenmi.org/mits/downloads/atideas/PD/SH_PD6.pd

Vowels

Vowels is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 64 cards and guide can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. Designed to teach the vowell diagraphs au, ou, ea, oi, y, ee, oo, ew, oa, oy, ey, and aw, the cards are color coded and graded on two levels, enabling a parent, therapist, or teacher to match sets to the child's skill level.

Watch Me Count! Number Puzzle (Model Erm-16)

The Watch Me Count! Number Puzzle, model ERM-16, is designed to teach shapes, names, and the order of numbers. It is made of wood with large pieces so that persons with limited manual dexterity can pick them up. The puzzle pieces are numbers that fit into the wooden base. Sliding beads demonstrate "quantity" and assist the child in counting exercises. DIMENSIONS: 9.5 x 7.5 inches.

Wave Drum (Model 924824)

The Wave Drum, model 924824, is a hand eye coordination activity designed for use by children three years old and older with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. This see-through drum features a shatterproof plastic base with tiny beads inside and a drumstick. A plastic side clip is also included to hold the drumstick when it is not in use. When the drum is struck, the beads move, creating interesting sounds. If the drum is moved from side to side, the beads produce the s

Wh Questions At Home Fun Deck

WH Questions at Home Fun Deck is a speech training flash card program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad or any Android smartphone or tablet computer to answer "WH" questions such as "Who are your neighbors?" or "Where do you keep your clothes?" in portrait or landscape orien

Wh Questions At School Fun Deck

WH Questions at School Fun Deck is a speech training flash card program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and teachers working with children who have communication or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad to answer questions such as "Who is your principal?" or "When do you eat lunch?" The program can be viewed in portrait or landscape mode. It includes 56 illustrated pic

What People Wear (Model Pw-10Q)

What People Wear, model PW-10Q, is an independent living skills and sexuality education tutorial and sexuality education aid designed to introduce basic human anatomy and appropriate dressing concepts to students with cognitive disabilities. The program teaches students to select the appropriate clothing in the proper sequence for a variety of situations. The set includes an unbreakable, plastic People Figure Set, model PW-01F, (also sold separately, $14), 60 die-cut garments which can be affixe

What Rhymes

What Rhymes is an auditory perceptual and behavior training program and a language, reading and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision or learning, communication, developmental, cognitive, hearing or learning disabilities or autism. This application (or app) is intended for use with the Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. What Rhymes contains 118 images and the child can be shown four objects at a time and asked which two rhyme. F

What Should I Wear? Language Kit (Model Lk-Wsw)

The What Should I Wear? Language Kit, model LK-WSW, is a independent living skills, personal skills, and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. Focusing on what to wear in rain, sun, wind, snow, clouds, or fog, this kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols; an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech and sound; and a songboard, word cards, and vocab

What Time Is It? Language Kit Plus (Model Lk-T)

The What Time is It? Language Kit Pllus, model LK-T, is a time skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This program introduces concepts of time (clock, hour, minute) and times of day (morning, afternoon, evening, night), and builds the child's understanding of time by talking about common activities that occur during each time period. Extension activities include matching analog and digital clocks, with time to the hour and

What's In Your Home? & What's In Your Community?

What's In Your Home? and What's In Your Community? are language tutorial programs and communication books designed to supplement communication and independent living classes for students who need practice with such skills as symbol identification, association, matching, workbook skills (drawing, circling, cutting, and pasting), and working independently. Symbols are presented that students need to use in everyday living, such as "chair", "store", and "bedroom". Illustrations are also included to

What's Wrong?

What's Wrong? is a language tutorial program designed for use with children and adults with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set of 68 cards can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. These cards each present a color drawing with one feature that is definitely wrong (e.g., a duck wearing boots or rain falling under an umbrella) to stimulate language development and to expolre a variety of concepts relating to right and wrong. A guide is included.

Where Is Puff?

Where is Puff? is a language tutorial program intended to teach the use of prepositions to children. Prepositions taught include: in, on, under, in front of, in back of, and next to. The scanning rate may be adjusted, and data may be collected on the student's progress. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple and Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Apple computers require an Echo speech synthesizer and a color monitors; Macintosh computers require a color monitor, Echo LC, 2E Emulator card, and a

Which Does Not Belong

Which Does Not Belong is an auditory perceptual and behavior training program and a language and reading tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to teach children to discriminate which items do not belong in a group as well as introduce them to the negative concept of “not.” The app contains 120 images

Which Go Together

Which Go Together is an auditory perceptual and behavior training program and a language and reading tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use their Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help children develop visual discrimination skills and understand different objects and events. The app contains 120 images. For visual learners, the child can

Who Do-What Where

Who Do-What Where is a writing and reading skills training program designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The program includes eight educational games with progressive activities to help children learn basic sentence parts and sentence structure, leading to success in building and analyzing simple sentences. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh and IBM or compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: For Macintosh computers, System 7 through 9 or OS X is required; for IB

Whquestions

WhQuestions is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities or autism. The program allows a child to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad to answer “Wh” questions such as “What is your name?” or “What is it?”. The program comes with 300 questions in the following formats: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, HOW, and WHY. Each question comes with an audio recording, pi

Why? Because

Why? Because is a language tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and communication disabilities. This set can be used for reading skill development or for communication training. Designed to demonstrate cause-and-effect, inference, and speculation about everyday events, each card in this set of 62 cards illustrates a cause-and-effect relationship, such as a picture of a boy playing with matches near a curtain and a picture of the curtain on fire, or a picture of a girl f

Wikki Stix

Wikki Stix are an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with neurological and physical disabilities. Wikki Stix can also function as tactile, raised-line markers for individuals who are blind or have low vision. These non-toxic wax-coated strands can be bent and manipulated to form designs, figures, etc. Wikki Stix are available in a primary color set (48 strands), a rainbow set (24 strands), and a neon color set (48 strands); each set is sold separately. Also available are

Winkel

Winkel is an educational toy designed to develop hand-eye coordination for very young children. This toy is made up of numerous interlocking rings to form a sphere. The toy is safe for chewing, encourages grasping, and rattles for additional stimulation.

Wire Letters And Numbers.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Plastic coated wire for a child to bend into the shapes of letters and numbers, intended to help with letter and word recognition and to aid dexterity. Plastic coated heavy one strand copper wire cut into lengths from 1 1/2 to 8 inches long that a child can bend into the shapes of letters and numbers, initially to a pattern drawn on a large sheet of paper. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Caston, D TITLE: Easy to Make Toys for Your Handicapped Child

Wooden Grocery Products (Model G313)

Wooden Grocery Products, model G313, is an independent living skills tutorial and educational toy for children and adults with cognitive disabilities. The Grocery Products depict silk screened items of personal care and food commonly found in a grocery store, including ketchup, soap, paper towels, cookies, bread, butter, toothpaste, apple juice, bandaids, cereal, milk and cheese. The play items provide opportunities to learn about personal care and nutrition, shopping and independent living need

Woogle

The Woogle is an eye hand coordination activity designed for very young children with physical, neurological, visual, and cognitive disabilities. This lightweight toy is twistable and shakable and comprises a series of wooden beads with a large wooden disk at each end and wooden rings that move over the beads between the disks.

Word Associations Print/braille Labels (Models 6-39050-00 & 8-39050-00)

Word Associations Print/Braille Labels, models 6-39050-00 and 8-39050-00, are sheets of braille and large print labels designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Twelve sheets are included with a total of 91 self-adhesive labels. Each label shows a common word in both large print and braille. Labels can be used to introduce children to reading by applying the labels to the corresponding objects, such as a chair, a ball, or a bell. The labels come with a manual in either br

Word Maker

Word Maker is a reading tutorial program designed for use with children who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities. This program consists of 149 alphabet pictogram cards in five ring-bound packs with a stand. In addition to single consonants and vowels, the system presents diagraphs, blends, silent combinations, and suffixes. Each card features color coded letters and a corresponding pictogram. An unlimited number of words may be created by flipping the cards. DIMENSIONS: Letters are 2.5

Word Meanings

Word Meanings is a language tutorial program designed for use by adults who have dysphasia and children with language learning disabilities. This interactive language program builds understanding and recall of words by strengthening semantic processing, based on the speech-language therapy manual "Building Language: Word Meanings" by Robyn Dower and Jan Mackey. Volume 1 covers Picture Meanings, Spoken Word - Picture Links, and Written Word - Picture Links. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compa

Word Order In Sentences

Word Order in Sentences is a language tutorial program designed to teach sentence structure. A scrambled sentence (e.g., "WEAR THOSE PANTS I CAN'T") is presented; the client presses the space bar to change the order of the words. The clinician may design lessons, save progress information for up to ten clients, and print out progress reports and lessons. Word Order in Sentences is available on 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch disks. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, Apple IIGS, and IBM PC com

Word Wizard

Word Wizard is a language, reading, spelling and vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by parents and teachers working with children with low vision, learning, communication, cognitive or hearing disabilities. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help children learn word and sentence structure and spelling. Word Wizard contains 173 word lists of 10 words and available categories include: Dolch Words, 1000 most frequently used w

Word-Family Fun

Word-Family Fun is a cued speech auditory-visual sign language training and program designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing or have communication or speech disabilities. This set of 10 CD-ROMs enables children to play with 45 word families and more than 300 words. Students learn common spelling patterns and vocabulary in groups such as the "at" family, which includes "cat," hat," and "bat." This educational software teaches common spelling patterns and vocabulary. The use

Words & Concepts I

Words & Concepts I is a language and vocabulary tutorial program designed to enrich vocabulary, strengthen language comprehension, increase understanding of word relationships and encourage concept development for individuals with developmental, cognitive, physical, visual, hearing, and language learning disabilities, and autism. The program offers the following activities using a 40 noun core vocabulary and pictures, usually at three levels of difficulty: Vocabulary, Categorization, Word Id

Words Around Me

Words Around Me is a language tutorial program designed to teach vocabulary words grouped according to theme for pre-kindergarten thourgh sixth grade children with a developmental or physical disability. Words are represented with realistic on-screen photographs, animated graphics and human voices, and introduced by a humorous character who provides plenty of positive reinforcement. A flexible student management system allows teachers to record student progress and customize the progress for ind

Words...to Go

Words...To Go! is an educational, electronic toy designed to develop letter recognition, beginning and ending letters, rhyming words, sight words, vocabulary and spelling skills. This portable, auditory output toy comes with 10 double-sided cards for 20 activities. The unit is portable, has a built-in handle, and a compartment for storage of activity cards. The child interfaces with the device by touching the pictures that correspond to the word written in the LCD display. Musical tunes reward c

Wordwise Intellikeys Bundle

The WordWise IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the WordWise software (see separate entry) with six sets of 80 words from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlay that works with all word sets. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The

Wordwise Software Series

WordWise Software Series is a collection of vocabulary enhancement programs designed to combine words, pictures and two-way speech for individuals who have difficulty with communication. The programs have realistic and contemporary graphics that stress everyday vocabulary. The series is broken up into the six programs featuring 80 words a piece: People, Community, House, Outdoor, Actions, and Adjectives. Other features include attractive art, voice recording, human quality speech, and quiz, pres

Workbook Window

The Workbook Window is an educational aid and communication board designed for use by individuals with communication, speech or cognitive disabilities. The Workbook Window transforms any workbook into a write-on wipe-off Practice Book. To use, slide an open workbook into the clear vinyl sleeve. It can be used with dry erase markers or wipe-off crayons and accommodates standard size workbooks as well as single worksheets. The lapboard construction allows tabletop or lap use. The revrse side ha

Write This Way

Write This Way is a voice output word processor program designed to provide word processing for students with learning, hearing, or physical disabilities. The versatile word processing program is designed to recognize the specific language problems experienced most often by learning and hearing disabled students. Students will be able to concentrate on the development of the writing skills they need for success in school. A built in dictionary and grammar checker highlight spelling and grammatic

Write:outloud

Write: Outloud is a voice output word processor program designed to speak letters, words, sentences and paragraphs in order to enhance user writing quality for children with low vision or severe physical or cognitive disabilities. This program reads each word as it is typed for consistent auditory feedback, and it can also reads any electronic text, enabling students tp research and present reports. Included imported graphics can also be used to prompt and support writing with the "get picture

Writing Rascal

Writing rascal is a new character-face writing tool that facilitates a proper grasp with molded finger indentations that naturally promote a functional tripod grasp, with three different grasping positions. Made of soft, rubbery material. Intended for use by children ages 5 and up who are learning hand-writing. Comes in right and left hand options.

Writing With Symbols - Spanish

Writing with Symbols - Spanish is a picture-based voice output word processing program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This Spanish-language program is a version of Writing with Symbols 2000 (see entry). It enables individuals who do not recognize text to write with pictures. Picture symbols appear with each word as it is typed. The program also allows teachers and parents to make picture-based instructional materials, and includes a pictorial spell checker.

Writing With Symbols 2000

Writing with Symbols 2000 is a picture-based voice output word processing program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program enables individuals who do not recognize text to write with pictures. Picture symbols appear with each word as it is typed. The program also allows teachers and parents to make picture-based instructional materials, and includes a pictorial spell checker. The program includes over 3,800 Picture Communication Symbols, each in black an

Zoo Time

Zoo Time is a pre-reading tutorial program and language tutorial program designed for 1 to 4 users, ages 18 months to 5 years. The program presents five zoo animals for three levels of activity. A kangaroo, a giraffe, a monkey, an elephant, and a bird are depicted on the PowerPad (see separate entry) or IntelliKeys overlay. At Level 1, the child may select any animal from the PowerPad overlay. At level 2, the child selects an animal by name. At level 3, the child selects an animal based on its

Zurk's Learning Safari

Zurk's Learning Safari is an academic tutorial program designed to introduce cognitive skills for life science, math and pre-reading for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. Zurk leads students through seven activities that range from exploring the animal kingdom, to swimming in a bowl of alphabet soup, to completing colorful puzzles. The program offers open-ended, explore and discover learning. Students learn shapes, colors, patterns, and upper and lower case letters; sharpe

Zurk's Rainforest Lab

Zurk's Rainforest Lab is an academic tutorial program designed to develop language, life science, math and thinking skills for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. Through exploring the Central American rainforest, students will sharpen reading, writing and critical thinking skills, while learning basic math, geometry and life science. On their adventures, students engage in five activities including completing pattern puzzles, classifying animals, and searching for camouflag

 
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