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Apple iPad 2
The Apple iPad-2 is lighter, thinner, and faster than the original issue iPad. This version has a dual-core A5 chip, two cameras for FaceTime and HD Video, a 10-hour battery life and weighs only 1.33 pounds. With over 200 new software features, this iPad is now even further ahead of anything else. For the Special Needs Community, the benefits of this device are remarkable. You can also read previous coverage in PSN article from Nov/Dec.
Our weighted compression vest is made to calm and provide steady pressure so your kids can focus and learn. Combined pressure and side weights function as a reassuring deep hug. Compression vests are designed with soft mesh material on the sides to increase air flow and overall comfort. — Choose from 3 Sizes (Solid colors available too)
Price $51.99 – $60.99
FindMe Lap Pads
Reduce fidgeting, improve memory and encourage focus with these colorful and tactile Lap Pads. Perfect for long drives, homework breaks, or to use in school. Lap pads are double-sided featuring one side with animals, and objects that need to be found from the scene on the other side. Kids love the satisfaction they get from remembering their targets. Lap Pads keep fingers busy, laps still, and eyes at work. Choose At the Farm, At the Zoo, and Dino Land. Ages 3+.
Price $42.99 – $44.49
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This post originally appeared on our November/December 2011 Magazine