Favorite Five: Special products to make your life easier
“Favorite Five” things we found and want to share with you. These might just make your life easier and we love to help you do just that
1. Teaching and pre-teaching social skills
There’s a new picture book and I want to share it because I think it’s important. It’s written by two speech therapists whose goal is to not only teach, but also pre-teach social situations that cause stress to mommies and to our children. It’s called “Lou Knows What To Do”, and it’s written by these two young cutting-edge speech therapists.
2. Natural Peanut Butter HACK (real TIME SAVER!)
Here’s a quick video tip to get your natural peanut butter mixed that is so hard to stir. This saves time for you and for your hands! Grab your doughkidhook here.
Let first responders know in advance that your child has a disability, has ASD, is non-verbal, has a medical condition, or lives alone. Smart911 is a national database (listen) that could assist police or firefighters when you call for help.
“As a mother who has experienced tremendous loss, I urge you to go to Smart911.com and sign up right now,” says mother, Jill Plush.
4. Active Hands: A review by All Access Life.
Brad, a young man with cerebral palsy, gives an impressive video demonstration of working out his biceps and more!!! In a nutshell, All Access Life is a website that connects people to accessible resources.
5. Now the library comes to you via OverDrive
Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming video from your library using OverDrive on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. More than 30,000 libraries worldwide offer titles from OverDrive, so download the app and watch this video from BridgingApps to walk you through step by step downloading your next book!
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