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Plan on getting or making a standing/walking frame for C so that she can practice standing up & sitting down. Site doesn't give PVC directions.

This homemade equipment is used to allow children that have trouble walking develop motor skills. The walker is a guide that supports the weight of the child while teaching them the proper way to walk.

Fine motor Montessori-inspired activities for children with visual impairments

Montessori Practical Life Activities can be tried at home with preschool-age children with visual impairments to help them to develop early literacy skills.

This piece of equipment is great for those who have arthritis. This adapted equipment allows people to hold onto regular items without actually gripping it.

EazyHold 2 pack of our soft silicone grip universal cuffs. Great for youth to small handed adult for eating utensils, grooming aids, fine art brushes, musical instruments, styluses and more! - Non-tox

Assistive technology at it's finest. Robotic exoskeleton.

The robotic legs get wheelchair users to walk. It transfers from their chair into the Robotic Exoskeleton (Rex) it strap themselves in and use a had controlled joystick and control pad to maneuver the battery powered mobility assist device.

This assistive technology device is an ideal solution for individuals with limited grip strength that have difficulty holding the steering wheel. The device attaches to the wheel and has a cuff that holds the hand in place.

This assistive technology device is an ideal solution for individuals with limited grip strength that have difficulty holding the steering wheel. The device attaches to the wheel and has a cuff that holds the hand in place.

$16.95 The Easy Grip-In Mug is for use by people with arthritis or grasping, fine motor, cognitive or upper extremity disabilities.

Easy Grip In Mug is designed for individuals with grasping, fine motor, cognitive, or upper extremity disabilities. Ergonomically curved internal handle that enables the hand to fit through the mug, eliminating the need for grasping.