200 pages covering the use of Multi-Sensory Environments as a philosophy of care of the elderly. Covers subjects such as research, validation, assessment, dementia, normal aging, sensory stimulation, room layout, staff attitudes, getting started, case histories, critical pain management.
A great tool for recording the progress of individuals that are exposed to a Multi-Sensory environment. The sections are a progression from Personal Profiles which are invaluable for new or temporary staff, through guided Session by Session Reports that build to an easy at-a-glance Graphical History essential for reporting purposes.
The AVS Checklist uses Sensory Integration theory and identifies through careful observation the sensory origins of behavioural problems of those with mental retardation. The AVS Checklist was created to indicate specific sensory areas where an individual may benefit from targeted sensory activities.
Colourful fabric book with 8 large pages featuring textures and activities. With crinkle material in each soft padded page. Features include crinkle wings, furry body, shiny wings, satin spots, peep-o-leaf, squeaky petal, dotty shell, sun mirror. Machine washable.
What exactly is Sensory Integration, and how can understanding it help explain problems? This book and cassette encourages observational skills, highlighting the importance of compassionate, child-centred therapy.
KIDS 2012 calendar - Celebrating 40 years of enabling disabled children and their families to enjoy their lives KIDS is pleased to announce that its 2012 calendar is now for sale. The calendar has been sponsored by TFH, whose toys are displayed in use. TFH Special Needs Toys was established in 1984 to create fun products for disabled people. Kevin Williams, chief executive of KIDS, described the idea behind the calendar: "I’m very pleased to explain a little...
From beans on toast to spaghetti bolognaise, instant custard to special chocolate cake, these progressive symbol recipes are tailored to the needs of those with visual impairments or learning difficulties. As confidence builds, so too does your recipe repertoire.