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Daily Living Aids (ADLs) | Recreation

Adapted Music Kit

Image of Adapted Music KitMusic therapy is often used to accomplish individualized goals and to strengthen physical, psychological, cognitive and social functioning.

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Dory Bubble Blower

image of dory-bubble-blowerThis adaptive toy features eight bubble wands that rotate and blows bubbles. The device can be activated using a capability switch (not included) to encourage interaction from children.

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Little Rock Star Guitar

image of Little Rock Star GuitarEncourage interaction! This fun interactive guitar has been adapted with three easy-touch switches that play fun music and sound effects. Guitar has three groups of music, three play modes and an additional five light up musical buttons.

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Magnetic Dominoes

image of Magnetic Dominoes Magnetic dominoes and a board so the dominoes stay in place during movement. Dominoes are tactile, raised for the visually impaired to use.

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Skoog Music

Image of Skoog music cubeThe Skoog is a musical instrument designed to empower those unable to play traditional instruments. The Skoog is a soft, squeezable object that simply plugs straight into your computer or laptop's USB port.

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Switchamajig

image of switchamajig control for iPadsThe Switchamajig Controller and App let you use the iPad’s touch screen to control anything that is switch adapted. With Switchamajig, the iPad screen adjusts to accommodate one to six switches on the screen.

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Ultimate Arcade 2 Game Controller

Image of gimp gear arcade controllerThe GimpGear Ultimate Arcade Game Controller is an adapted gaming controller will let you take control of all your favorite gaming systems including Playstation, Nintendo Wii, and the Xbox 360.

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Vibrating Fiber Optic Light

image vibrating fiber optic light toyThese fiber optic strings change colors from red, green, blue, and purple. The light makes a wonderful addition to any sensory environment. The strings provide gentle tactile stimulation and they can also be curled as a way to practice fine motor skills.

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Victor Reader

image of Victor Reader handheld media playerThe Victor Reader is a handheld media player for the blind and visually impaired.

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How to Request a Device

       • Please Note: Request for loans of augmentative communicative devices must include a licensed speech/language pathologist or other professional familiar with the requested device(s) be listed on the request form.. Exception to this policy will be considered on an individual basis for an individual requiring a device to temporarily replace a personal device needing repair.