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    Biofeedback for the Brain

    Neurofeedback is a cutting-edge, drug-free therapeutic technique used by over a thousand licensed therapists in North America to treat a range of conditions from attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders to epilepsy, stroke, anxiety, migraine, and depression. First popularized in the 1970s, this naturalistic method is based on the idea that we can control our brain activity and that, through training, the brain can learn to modify its own electrical patterns for more efficient processing or to overcome various states of dysfunction.

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    Biofeedback for the Brain

    Neurofeedback is a cutting-edge, drug-free therapeutic technique used by over a thousand licensed therapists in North America to treat a range of conditions from attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders to epilepsy, stroke, anxiety, migraine, and depression. First popularized in the 1970s, this naturalistic method is based on the idea that we can control our brain activity and that, through training, the brain can learn to modify its own electrical patterns for more efficient processing or to overcome various states of dysfunction.

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    Claw Pencil Grip (Medium)

    The CLAW is a fun, affordable and effective way to teach young children how to hold their pencil correctly. Medium Grip is perfect for Kindergarten through 6th Grade.All children, including those with Autism, ADHD, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities and general fine motor delay can all benefit from using the C.L.A.W. When using the C.L.A.W., students can focus on good handwriting rather than the mechanics of holding the pencil. The result is an efficient pencil grasp and improved handwriting!

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    Crossover Pencil Grip (Neon)

    The Crossover Grip uses a revolutionary applied technology that works with the body’s natural physiology to gently place fingers in the proper position for gripping. It uses the same great design as The Pencil Grip but has added wings to prevent fingers from crossing over each other.

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    Dressing Tips and Clothing Resources for Making Life Easier

    Dressing Tips and Clothing Resourcesis a primer for finding clothing and accessories appropriate for people with disabilities. Covers easy-to-make dressing aids, clothing modifications, caregiver tips, choosing the right style and finding clothes that fit. Extensive, up-to-date shopping sections lists catalog companies that sell attractive, stylish clothing and accessories.140 pages. 2001

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    Grippables–Comfortable Cutlery (Blue)

    Gripables – Comfortable Cutlery (3 pc. Cutlery Set w/ Blue & White Handles)Using utensils is fun and easy with Gripables, Comfortable Cutlery. Each set includes a fork, knife and spoon with an easy to grip, notched, soft plastic handle.This silverware is great for kids and dishwasher safe.

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    Grippables–Comfortable Cutlery (Pink)

    Gripables – Comfortable Cutlery (3 pc. Cutlery Set w/ Pink & White Handles)Using utensils is fun and easy with Gripables, Comfortable Cutlery. Each set includes a fork, knife and spoon with an easy to grip, notched, soft plastic handle.This silverware is great for kids and dishwasher safe.

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    GripSharp

    The GripSharp is the pencil grip that actually sharpens your pencil. Never loose your pencil sharpener again. This is the sharpener that you twist on and leave on! The GripSharp sharpens away only the wood for a stronger, thicker point. Made from eraser material this pencil grip really does it all. It provides a soft comfortable surface for gripping your pencil, keeps your pencil sharp at all times and makes erasing clean and easy.

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    Managing My Money

    Natalie Hale is a reading consultant and the founder of the early reading program, Special Reads for Special Needs, and is the parent of an adult with Down syndrome and AD/HD. Providing needed learning tools for the special needs population is her focus; with this book, basic money management skills are the targets. Not coincidentally, she lives in California, where budgeting is essential.Learning to manage money is one of the most important skills needed to achieve independent living for teens and adults with Down syndrome, autism, and other intellectual disabilities.

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