Favorite Five: September’s Special products to make your life easier
“Favorite Five” things we found this month and want to share with you. These might just make your life easier and we love to help you do just that.
This checklist provides a timeline of events that may need to be considered during a student’s transition process. (The timeline is laid out for ages 12-21.) Not all items will be applicable to all students, and this list serves as optional planning tools.
PSN Transition Planning Timeline
TAKE NOTE: Items highlighted in blue on this planning checklist are recommended to be best practices in transition planning. Tips from other parents on Transitions here.
2. IEP TIP/Important Date
3. “Kick Ball for all” without frustration
Not all playing balls are meant for gate trainers but we found a product that can bring the fun of kickball, without the frustration. This one of a kind hover ball will slide right under your gate trainer with ease. It is a lightweight, disc-shaped plastic ball with a foam surround. Click to see it in action and watch the light show it provides.
Can be purchased on Amazon https://amzn.to/2xPE6Gw
Review by: All Access Life a website that connects people to accessible resources.
4. Use your phone as a scanner (Turbo Scan)
At this time of year when school forms and documents need to be signed and returned…, we thought we would remind you about Turbo Scan. The app allows you to use your cell phone as a scanner to save time and reduce stress, allowing you to get signed documents scanned, and emailed quickly. Watch the video for a demonstration on how easy it is to use.
5. Universal Design/Fashion Forward Footwear)
Putting shoes on and off doesn’t have to be a struggle anymore. Check out Billy Footwear’s new, unbelievably easy shoe design utilizing zipper technology. The universal design is stylish, and easy to wear with leg braces, in a fashion-forward kind of way. Mom Approved!!! Watch the video below to find out more about how these shoes.
Available on Amazon https://amzn.to/2QfERR2
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