Where Does My Money Go? is a money management training system in a board game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. Both levels use realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills.
The Windup Fishing Game is eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children with cognitive, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. Winding the unit up sets the fish in motion and players use the magnetic pole to try to catch a piece.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. This Wooden Card Holder for playing cards eliminates the need to grasp a hand of cards. The holder has 4 rows where the cards are placed. This holder is made of walnut.
The Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles In A Box is a puzzle that consists of four pictures designed for children ages 3 and up to exercise their cognition and visual perception. Sturdy wooden boxes store four 12-piece themed jigsaws in separate compartments.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2006) RETAINED IN DATABSE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Wooden Shape Boards are eye hand coordination activities designed for use by children with physical and neurological disabilities.
Word Quest Puzzles (Models 8-05101-00 & 8-05102-00)
Word Quest Puzzles is a large print word puzzle book designed for use by individuals with low vision. This recreational/educational product presents classic "find-the-hidden-words-in-the-grid" puzzles in a large print format.
Word Strain Volume 1 and Word Strain Volume 2 are word game programs designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Each volume has two games: Word Blast and Word Jitter in Volume 1, and Word Battle and Word Replica in Volume 2.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Workplace Skills Program is a prevocational job skills training system designed to teach skills related to finding and keeping a job to people with cognitive disabilities.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Workshop is an academic tutorial program designed to offer a variety of learning and discovery activities for children with cognitive or physical disabilities.
You Tell Me, model LSG2, is an independent living skills tutorial and memory improvement activity board game designed to teach and reinforce basic personal information skills for people with cognitive disabilities.