Lending Library

New Items (Recent Additions)

BIG Blue-Tooth Keyboard

The BIG Blue-Tooth Keyboard, is a wireless (Bluetooth) keyboard that has almost 1" key size.It's great for any text-oriented app on the iPad and I've tested it with:

Tobii Dynavox Indi

Indi is the world’s first all-in-one, consumer-focused speech tablet for symbol-based communicators. Unlike anything else on the market, Indi was designed specifically for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and comes with all of your needs fully integrated, like our intuitive and easy-to-use Snap™ software.

myGaze Power w/ EyeMouse Power Software

myGaze Power is a truly inclusive device allowing an eye gaze user the same access to any standard Windows application as their peers who are using the keyboard and mouse.

Laser Pointer

A head mounted laser pointer can be an extremely powerful tool for a person with a speech and movement disability.  Lasers can enable a person with limited movement to directly point to letters, words and phrases on a communication board.Safe: Our laser uses a Class II laser module (the lowest powered visible laser available).  A Class II laser

All in One EyeGaze Foundations Touch PC

All in One EyeGaze Foundations Touch PC – Table Stand

We have had many requests over this past year for an affordable ‘all-in-one’ package to help the special needs classroom get started with eye gaze – and here it is!

Algeblocks - Hand to Mind

Eliminate student struggle with concrete understanding. Provide meaning to variables, combine like terms with understanding, use an area model to represent multiplying and factoring polynomials, and solve first- and second-, and third-degree equations. Enough materials for 4 students working independently.

Knots on a Counting Rope

Knots on a Counting Rope

In this poignant story, the counting rope is a metaphor for the passage of time and for a boy's emerging confidence in facing his blindness.

This book is part of the list of classroom books recommended by Dr. David Koppenhaver and Dr. Karen Erickson as part of the Emergent and Conventional Literacy trainings.

Mama Zooms

Mama Zooms

A boy's wonderful mama takes him zooming everywhere with her, because her wheelchair is a zooming machine.

This book is part of the list of classroom books recommended by Dr. David Koppenhaver and Dr. Karen Erickson as part of the Emergent and Conventional Literacy trainings.

Zoom!

Zoom!

Lauretta's mother takes her to buy a new wheelchair, but Lauretta isn't satisfied with a regular 5-speed or 10-speed model. No, she insists on the 92-speed, silver and gold, dirt bike wheelchair!

Django

Django- World's Greatest Jazz Guitarist

Born into a travelling gypsy family, young Django Reinhardt taught himself guitar at an early age. He was soon acclaimed as the "Gypsy Genius" and "Prodigy Boy," but one day his world changed completely when a fire claimed the use of his fretting hand.

El Deafo

El Deafo

Going to school and making new friends can be tough. But going to school and making new friends while wearing a bulky hearing aid strapped to your chest? That requires superpowers!

Piano Starts Here

Piano Starts Here

This book shows the world as young Art Tatum might have seen it. Tatum came from modest beginnings and was nearly blind, but his passion for the piano and his acute memory for any sound that he heard drove him to become a virtuoso who was revered by both classical and jazz pianists alike.

The Hickory Chair

The Hickory Chair

Luis, a blind boy, tells of his warm relationship with his grandmother and the gift she left for him after her death, in a unique and beautiful book about love, from the perspective of a blind child.

Fergus and Delilah

Fergus and Delilah

Fergus and Delilah follows a little girl through her first day at a new park. She slides, climbs, swings and dances, making friends with a variety of different children from the unique to the kid who doesn't speak. However, despite her best efforts, one boy keeps shooing her away.

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