Video showing use of tactile symbols for people who are deaf blind.
This PDF explains use of switches for language purposes, the document describes the various switches; single message, multiple message,etc. Also included are common phrases that could be programmed into the device. Helpful ideas on how to combine activities with the message device are included.
A battery device adapter allows a battery operated toy or device to be used with a switch for activation. The adapter slips between one of the batteries and is then plugged into the switch. The individual then presses the switch to activate the toy or device.
This handout is for learners to see examples of assistive technology adaptations of existing toys, learning materials, or other everyday items.
A therapist shows a mother how to use and adapt everyday household items to help her child who has physical delays.
An adult uses a child’s communication board to show him how to ask for more cereal at breakfast
An adult adapts a tricycle with a belt and foot pedals to help a child participate in riding bikes with other children on the playground and also to help with physical delays.
Using an iPad app to motivate toddler to use his left hand.
Young child uses a switch to operate her scooter board.