Find Peace with Noise-Canceling Headsets

We have a few blogs in the mix coming up that will focus on assistive technology and tools to help increase your attention and concentration. First up, we have outlined noise-canceling headsets that can aid people with ADD/ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder and other attention disabilities. We’ve discussed these headsets during one of our recent BITES […]

Wobble Chair from Kore Design LLC

On Tuesday I introduced the SensaSoft Squeezie Seat from Fun and Function.  The Squeezie Seat allows children to safely move around in a seated position.  Another product available for those who like to wiggle while sitting is the Wobble Chair from Kore Design LLC! The Wobble Chair is ideal for students with ADHD, autism, or […]

Seek-N-Find Switch Toy

Enabling Devices offers a catalog of products for individuals with all disabilities.  They offer a selection of switch-activated toys, one of them being the Seek-N-Find Switch Toy. The Seek-N-Find Switch Toy is a more accessible version of the popular Find It Game.  Find It Games have been around for years and have been noted to “promote focus and […]

Super Sorting Set with Activity Cards

Children and teachers alike can’t get enough of the Super Sorting Set with Activity Cards from Learning Resources!  It is a “comprehensive manipulatives set featuring more than 620 color-coordinated sorting items and Super Sorting Activity Cards.” The set teaches countless skills (e.g. math, social, sensory integration, etc.) for individuals ages 3 and up.  Because there […]

Fidget for Focus with the Think Ink Pen

It seems like we just can’t get enough from the world of fidgets!  After all, they’re tools that can benefit so many people.  Developers are getting more and more creative as each new innovative product launches.  A few weeks ago, I introduced the Fidget Cube, which is an all-in-one fidget product.  The Think Ink Pen is […]

ADHD Skills Booster

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 11% of children 4-17 years of age have been diagnosed with ADHD as of 2011.  The statistic continues to rise from 7.8% in 2003 to 9.5% in 2007 and to 11% in 2011.  There are different options for treating ADHD, such as behavioral therapy and/or medication. […]