Hygiene, Sanitizing Strategies in the special Needs Classroom 0
Keeping classrooms clean and hygienic has always been vital in order to avoid immune system comorbidities in the special need’s classroom. The advent of the COVID 19 pandemic means even more effort must be taken to keep children with complex needs safe.
Here are some tips and strategies we’ve heard from teachers of how they are enhancing hygiene standards in special needs classrooms and resource rooms.
Toy Month at Bridges – Adapting Toys, Accessing Play 0
All the month of December, Bridges is celebrating the power of play for individuals with special needs.
The destination for Toy Month is our Adapting Toys and Accessing Play page. Look for links to relevant blog posts, resources and products for tips, tricks and strategies.
6 + 1 Super Cool AT stories from 2016 ATIA conference 0This year's Assistive Technology Industry Association's conference in Orlando turned out to be a really exciting few days. We got to attend sessions, meet with our manufacturing partners and prowl the massive exhibit hall hunting for cool stuff.
This year, the weather was unseasonably hot outside (peaking at 27C. Most years, the weather is more like Vancouver in November, than Toronto in June) and freezing in the halls with the air conditioning on max.
Despite the contradictory conditions we layered-up and tracked down what we think are the neatest AT developments at this year's ATIA. Here they are.