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SWEET! Need a chair for your balance balls? Use pool noodles! Pinned by Treatment plans and patient handouts for the OT working with physical disabilities and geriatrics.

from Flaghouse - Physical Education Equipment - Recreational Products

Smirthwaite Adjustable Corner Chairs – 21.5” – 27”

The calming chair is going out into the marketing world. Joshua Jackson, who has autism, finds comfort in the Sensory Lounger. The chair, which is designed to provide a soothing, full-body hug much like Temple Grandin's

from The Measured Mom

Children's books about disabilities

These are some great books to introduce and read with your students or children in order for them to have more awareness about others and disabilities.

Just saw this amazing wheelchair on Sian's O.T. Blog... @Kerri S. S. Bryant good project for your phys dis project this coming semester! So someone in a wheel chair can lay out in the sun! =) I LOVE OT for things like this!! LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST!!

The Comfy Chair by Leckee looks like it can really keep a child with physical limitations comfortable and well supported :)


Rodeo Tilt

Pretty slick stroller! The Convaid Rodeo tilt wheelchair is a folding, lightweight and compact chair, perfect for travel. It features comprehensive positioning of 5° to 45° of adjustable tilt and 90° to 110° of adjustable seat-to-back angle. With many options such as extensive positioning options, a height-adjustable push handle, quick release rear wheels, and firm lateral supports the Rodeo provides maximum comfort and durability.