DISCONTINUED (Verified 11/2001) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Beanbag Toss is a bean bag game designed for use with persons with upper extremity weakness or disability or eye hand coordination deficits.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Puzzle in a food design to help teach shapes and sizes and how to place them on pegs. Puzzle in the shape of a beef burger constructed of softwood and dowels and painted realistically.
DISCONTIONUED. (Verified 11/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Before-After, model 41419, is a time skills and cognitive skills tutorial program and wooden puzzle for children with cognitive disabilities.
Behavior Skills, model LSG-8, is a behavior training program in a board game format designed to help people with cognitive or emotional disabilities learn what behaviors are aceptable and what behaviors are not.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 2/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Bicycle Braille Cards are Braille playing cards designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The cards in this deck are standard size.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 03/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Bicycle EZ See Lovision Poker Cards are low vision playing designed so that they may be used by players with as little as 5 percent vision.
Bicycle Jumbo Index Playing Cards are low vision playing cards. The Rider Back playing cards in this deck have the same images and color scheme as the cards in a standard deck of cards, but the numbers and symbols are extra large.
Discontinued. Verified 3/2012. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Big Bird's Talk To Me Teacher is a tactile and voice output game designed to teach basic alphabet skills to children who are blind or have low vision or a learning disability.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/97) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Big-Type Playing Cards, model 54683, are low vision playing cards with large numbers and suit markings. A plastic storage box is included. DIMENSIONS: Numerals are .5 inch tall.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with low vision to call bingo games. The numbers on the existing bingo number disks were too small to be read by an individual with low vision. A set of disks were cut from thick plywood using a jigsaw.
Bingo Made Easier is a game designed for use by seniors and individuals with low vision or fine motor or grasping disabilities. Instead of small numbered balls for calling, this version of Bingo uses flash cards.