Publication by the Idaho Assistive Technology Project: "Assistive Technology for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities." This extensive guide includes information about assistive technology, home modifications, and available services to enhance the lives of these families. The handbook also serves to help caregivers understand their rights in obtaining the appropriate technology.
Handout by Iowa State University: "Clothing Ideas for Special Needs Children." Detailed considerations of clothing options for children with special needs, as well as ideas to increase independent dressing and specific places to shop.
Information about "Experience Books" from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services. This website includes information about Experience Books, how-to videos, and other resources for use with children who are deaf-blind.
Download from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services: Experience Book Directions
Download from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services: Tactile Book Directions
A Story Box is a way for young children with visual impairments to experience a story. This handout by Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project entitled Story Boxes: A Hands-On Literary Experience, explains the concepts behind a Story Box, as well as directions on how to make a Story Box.
How to make a soap holder and foam shapes/letters for bath time fun.
How to make your own custom hanging mobile.
How to use household items to create a toy drum.
How to use household items to create maracas.