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GoNoodle brain break video activities are categorized in three different activity categories:Source OT with Apps
Great resource for students with attention and concentration issues! Membership is required, with ample activities available for free. Pay for subscription is also available. This is a great resource that you can play and project using your computer or iPad (using a VGA connector for iPad) connected to a class digital projector. A link on your iPad home screen or Android table to the website also allows you to choose and play the video activities on your tablet in a one on one or small group basis.
The Chair4Life (C4L) initiative was developed by the NHS National Innovation Centre (NIC) in response to clear statements of clinical need from users, carers and health experts. The priority need was identified in the Department of Health’s ‘Innovation Health & Wealth’ report to create a specification for a wheelchair, that would, be easily adaptable for a growing child, improve quality and provision of equipment, promote independence and improve a child’s quality of life.Source: NHS Children’s “Chair 4 Life” wheelchair
Arts Access began in 1982 with an initial focus of making local arts venues wheelchair-accessible for patrons with disabilities. Other groups do American Sign Language (ASL) signing interpretations at arts events for the hearing-impaired, but audio description was an open niche until Arts Access started doing it in 1991. Arts Access does not provide sign language services, but there is a referral page on its artsaccessinc.org website listing groups that do. Example of Audio Description Toward the end of “(You’re) Timeless to Me,” the second-act love song in “Hairspray,” Wilbur and Edna Turnblad (played by Kevin Ferguson and Tony Hefner) came together on the Raleigh Little Theatre stage. If you had the right kind of short-wave headset at a recent Sunday matinee performance, you could hear a move-by-move description between lines of the actors’ singing. You’ll always be du jour, mon amour, you’re timeless to me. “He pulls her close…” You’ll always be first-string, ring-a-ding-ding, you’re timeless to me. “They start to waltz away, stop, look into each other’s eyes…” You’re timeless to me.Source: RALEIGH: Arts Access brings theater to life for the visually impaired | Arts