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Re: Assistive devices, or other strategies


From: The Erickson's (Jorgen_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Feb 11 2001 - 12:05:48 PST

I have a son who is disabled. You might try checking in the catalogs that
OT's use.
The most comprehensive is Sammons and Preston (although they are terrible to
work with and very unreliable on orders) 1-800-323-5547
Others I have used are: Abilitations (
SouthPaw Enterprises (
and Therapro --most creative and unusual adaptive equip. (no website but

You might go thru the websites with the student or consult with a local OT
or the one who serves your school?

Oh, here is one that someone sometime might need:
Art History Through Touch & Sound
by American Printing House for the Blind (

Hope this helps.

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