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1 Portable Workstation This workstation is ideal for children with Autism or ADHD who require help organising their day. The barrier is perfect for children who become distractable in the classroom or who need support in organising themselves and following routines. There are 8, 5 x 5cm plastic pockets on the inside front and 4, 5 x 5cm plastic pockets on the left side of the barrier for children’s symbols or other resources to be placed; the barrier is a great solution for holding a visual timetable and motivator choice board. There are two pockets at the top for personalising the barrier so the child takes ownership of their station. There is a red pocket on the right with a clear plastic pocket that has been designed to be used as a finish pocket. On the back is a blue pocket to allow the support worker to store the child’s symbols and keep organised.


The tray system comes in four different colours (red, yellow, blue and green) with a plastic pocket on the front for a letter, number, instruction or personalised picture. The child’s work for that day or session can then be added to each of the trays. Contents: Barrier (H40 x L86cm), 4 trays, (H9 x L30 x W22cm). Folds down flat and comes in a handy storage bag. Includes notes written by a Speech and Language Therapist. Symbols not included.


SD12008 2 Coloured Pop-up Barrier


Now available in three additional colours. A barrier is an essential piece of equipment for speech and language therapists. It can be placed on a table between the therapist/ teacher and child so they are unable to see each other. Therapy activities can then be carried out using miniature objects or activity sheets, for example listening for sounds or following and giving instructions. The barrier can also be used be used by two children for activities and is ideal for use in the classroom for one-to-one teacher and student barrier games. The pop-up barrier is lightweight and can be easily folded and stored in a small bag. Ideas for barrier games included. Barrier size: H32 x W117cm. The barrier needs to be used on a flat, unvarnished surface and suction pads work best when moisture is added. For ages 3yrs+.


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3 Attention Tracker


This highly effective resource is ideal for children with concentration and hyperactivity difficulties. This simple device is easily operated by the teacher though remote control and allows children to self monitor their behaviour. Teachers or children can set the task time, 15, 25 or 40 minutes, the count rate 10, 20, or 30 seconds, and then the Attention Tracker will count up or down appropriately, using the red, amber and green lights to indicate how far through the time the children are. Teachers can add or remove time if required. A great product for children with ADHD and for supporting all students in extended desk driven tasks.


Requires 3 x AA batteries. Size: L12 x W12 x H11cm.


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