Monthly Archives: June 2011

Adapted 2 wheeler bike

I have finally finished the adaptations on a 2 wheeler.  The student’s left leg was going into abduction and would fall out to the side when he was pedalling. You could see that it was bothering him as he would hold … Continue reading

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Adapted musical instruments

These instruments have been adapted for use on a wheelchair tray.  The upper wood bar is removable to drum on the lower bar or the upper instrument.  This would be good for a student who may only have the use … Continue reading

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Marker holders and adapted paint brushes

For lots of our kids, holding a marker in their hand and drawing is not an option.  Hand over hand has become the norm.  These 2 marker holders give some independence to students by enabling them to move a marker … Continue reading

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Ipads, ipads, ipads, everywhere you look!

This is a link to a youtube video of the ipad cases that I make.  This one was made for a child who already had a communication device and a mount so I reproduced the mount on the back of the case so … Continue reading

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