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Clip Talk - Direct Select and Jacks R0522: Clip Talk - Direct Select and Jacks
Clip it anywhere!
Clip Talk With Jacks Only R0523: Clip Talk With Jacks Only
Clip it anywhere!
Two Compartment Communicator with Lights Only R0536: Two Compartment Communicator with Lights Only
Great first communicator!
Two Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound R0537: Two Compartment Communicator with Lights & Sound
Great first communicator!
Raised 3 Comp. Communicator with Lights and Messages R0701: Raised 3 Comp. Communicator with Lights and Messages
Supports development of verbal interaction and categorization.
Grooved Platform Communicator with Tones and Lights R0702: Grooved Platform Communicator with Tones and Lights
Supports development of verbal interaction and categorization.
Three Compartment Communicator with Lights & Speech R0715: Three Compartment Communicator with Lights & Speech
Three choices to make!
Three Compartment Communicator with Lights Only R0716: Three Compartment Communicator with Lights Only
Three choices to make!
Cheap Talk 4 Communicator Inline- Scan-Direct R0901: Cheap Talk 4 Communicator Inline- Scan-Direct
Inexpensive and effective Communicator!
Cheap Talk 4 Inline, Direct Scan with 1-4" Jacks R0902: Cheap Talk 4 Inline, Direct Scan with 1-4" Jacks
Scan, Press the buttons, or use switches!

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Bringing Two Hands Together In The Midline

Look for toys that offer many grasping points like the Nobbly Wobbly, the Winkle, or the Skwish. Place the child on his or her back. Offer the toy to the side of the child, moving the toy slowly towards the child's midline. Alternate sides, concentrating on the weaker side if there is one. Gradually the child will begin reaching out with both hands. This is especially helpful for premature babies, children with hypotonia, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy , and general developmental delays.

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