The Wheelchair-Accessible Desk is a height-adjustable deskdesigned for classroom use by children who use wheelchairs. This desk features a heavy 16-gauge frame with an integral U-brace and an oversized solid-plastic top.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Mobile standing device for children. Six wheel base: two front casters and two rear casters with standard wheelchair drive wheels in the middle.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Boys jeans tailored for wheelchair user. Feature elasticized back waist and pocket on lower left leg. Available with zipper front, pull on, or wrap style with front elastic.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Quilted girl's robe ($29) opens down the back; features cutaway seat for ease in dressing. Matching quilted wrap pants ($18) have velcro waist closure.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Back open flannel or shirting sport shirt cut for sitting. Can be pulled on from front, or as two separate parts, from the sides. Available with long or short sleeves.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Men's, women's or children's poncho easily used by those in a wheelchair as an outerwear garment. Various styles and weights. Front opening with Velcro-type closure.
Wheels on the Bus I is a pre-reading tutorial program and cognitive skills tutorial program designed to assist children ages 18 months to 5 years in identifying objects and people by actions or sounds.
Wheels on the Bus III is a pre-reading tutorial program and a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to teach children ages 18 months to 3 years to identify people or objects by their sound or action.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Outdoor jungle gym accessible to children in wheelchairs. Constructed of galvanized steel pipe and measures 56 inches high by 36 inches wide by 10 feet long, weighs 290 pounds.
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.
Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? Junior Detective Version
"Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?" is a memory improvement tutorial program designed to introduce world geography for students who have a developmental or physical disability. Students chase Carmen and her V.I.L.E.
The Whirl is a prone stander designed to provide symmetry and enable children from 1 year to young adult to gradually develop and maintain their ability to weight bear through their legs and feet while standing.