Dragonfly: Universal Access Resources / Products / Communication

Quick Search Quick Search


Articles PLAY Pen Article

Debunking four common steryotypes about kids with special needs

Often what is known about disabled children comes from television and movies. This information often is false and exaggerated and leads people to believe in stereotypes. Stereotypes can be destructive to the relationships between children and new, inexperienced caregivers.

Read more...

Universal Access Resources
Dragonfly: Specials Needs and Universal Access Resource
Universal Access Educational Video Games and Software.
Dragonfly USA


51 thru 60 of 108 Products in the Communication Department

Page: Previous | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | Next


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!

Page: Previous | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | Next

Welcome

Welcome to Dragonfly USA.

Play Tip PLAY Tip

Why do they put everything in their mouths?

One of the earliest fine moter skill children develop is the skill of "sensation". Sensation is the skill we use to tell the difference between a quarter and a dime by touch without needing to look at the coins. Cognitively young children have their best sensation descrimination in their mouths. By mouthing objects and then feeling them with their hands, children correlate the sensations from two different sensory input channels. ,This "sensory intgration" helps them to tune up the sensory apparatus in the hands. As the hands become more sensitive, children will need to put things in their mouths less and less. During this oral stage it is important to offer many textured grasp and handle toys. Dragonfly offers a full collection of well designed and easy to handle toys of this type.

Read more...

Copyright © 1994-2015 Dragonfly. All rights reserved.