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  1. ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR DOLLS WITH DISABILITIES Picture of ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR DOLLS WITH DISABILITIES Adaptive Equipment for Dolls with Disabilities, model LA1200X, are doll accessories that help children better understand others and themselves. The set includes assistive devices for a range of disabilities. Included are a guide dog with harness and a white cane, a protective helmet, a wheelchair, a pair of leg braces and a pair of forearm crutches, two hearing aids, two pairs of eyeglasses, and a walker and accessory bag. ...[More Information]

  2. AWESOME ACTION FIGURES ------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To provide an opportunity for children who have difficulty holding and manipulating small items during play, participate in playtime by independently holding and manipulating action figures. MATERIALS USED: Action figures, poker chips, shower curtain rings, hot glue gun and glue stick PREPPARATION: 1. Dab glue on each surface of the action figure that will be attached to the poker chip. 2. Mount the action figure onto the poker chip. L...[More Information]

  3. CHILD WITH WHEELCHAIR (MODEL 4407) Picture of CHILD WITH WHEELCHAIR (MODEL 4407) The Child with Wheelchair, model 4407, is a doll designed for use by children with disabilities. The girl doll comes with a mother doll, a wheelchair, a leg cast, an arm cast, and a head bandage. The wheelchair rolls on its wheels, which feature tropical fish designs on the spoke guards. DIMENSIONS: 2 x 2 x 5.9 inches. WEIGHT: 2.4 ounces. COLOR: The girl doll is dressed in red, the mother doll is dressed in green and yellow, and both have blonde hair. The wheelchair has blue upholstery and black...[More Information]

  4. HUGGEE MISS YOU Picture of HUGGEE MISS YOU Huggee Miss You is a doll designed for use by children who are separated from their families for day care, surgery, or medical treatments. These dolls have soft, colorful print bodies, yarn hair, and velour-like heads, hands, and feet. The face has a clear plastic pocket designed to hold a photograph of the child's parents, family, siblings, friends, grandparents, pet, etc. When there is no picture in the pocket, the doll's smiling face shows through. This surface-washable doll is safe for use b...[More Information]

  5. MR. BTE DOLL AND DEHUMIDIFIER Picture of MR. BTE DOLL AND DEHUMIDIFIER Mr. BTE Doll and Dehumidifier is a doll designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This doll looks like a hearing aid with a smiling face and comes with a built-in hearing aid dehumidifier. Hearing aids are inserted by unzipping the back of the doll's neck. Once inside, the hearing aid can be stored safely and kept dry....[More Information]

  6. ROLLER GIRL (MODEL 1205) Picture of ROLLER GIRL (MODEL 1205) The Roller Girl, model 1205, is an adapted remote control toy doll designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The remote control (included) allows the doll to dance backwards and forwards, spin, and do splits. She is dressed in a retro roller outfit that includes a helmet, visor, and other fashion play accessories. POWER: Doll uses 4 double-A batteries and the emote control uses 2 triple-A batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 13 x 4.5 x 13.5 inches....[More Information]

  7. SOMEONE TO CARE FOR DOLL Picture of SOMEONE TO CARE FOR DOLL The Someone to Care for Doll is a doll designed for use by individuals with Alzheimer's Disease. Weighted to feel like a real baby, the doll has an endearing facial expression and when held and cradled, the arms and legs fall into position as a real baby's would. This doll comes in a choice of hair and eye color and skin tone: Light skin tone, blond or strawberry blond hair, and blue eyes; light skin tone, brown hair, and brown eyes; or dark skin tone, brown hair, and brown eyes. All models come...[More Information]

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