Adapting a toy for a single switch workshop

I  recently had the opportunity to do a workshop for Seneca PS in Toronto.  Two of Sunny View’s Ed Asst’s (Rita and Shami) helped me out.  We had 15 participants and each one wired a toy and kept it for their classroom.  What a great group, we all had fun and they were finished in record time.  We also got a tour of the school, it is always interesting to see how the different schools are set up and how they function.  We are doing two more workshops in a week and a half.  One for adapting a toy and another on cardboard construction.  I hope to post more about the cardboard construction in the near future.

Thanks Seneca for a great morning.

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About toydoctor

I design and build custom (and sometimes not so custom) adaptive equipment for children with physical and cognitive disabilities. I am passionate about what I do and needed to find a way to share it with the people I do it for.
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