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Products We Love

All Care uses a variety of adaptive tools and technology to help clients complete important tasks as independently and functionally as possible. We often recommend that clients and families purchase resources for every day, at home use, and for carrying over the skills learned in-session. Below is a list of tools we have found useful and affordable.  Check back regularly for updates!

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Use foam grip tubing to help improve grasp on a variety of objects.

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Some of our favorite pencil grips to help correct grasp patterns during handwriting.

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Special lined paper helps with spacing and line usage when completing handwriting activities.

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These loop scissors can help our friends with hand weakness open and close their scissors with ease!

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Use this handy toothpaste dispenser if you or a loved one are unable to squeeze toothpaste from a regular tube.

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A fun family game for problem solving, social skills and visual perceptual skills!

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A fun game for turn taking and fine motor skills!

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Teach numbers, matching and sorting while working on fine motor skills with this fun activity

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Teach numbers and work on upper arm coordination and grasp skills with this fun toy!

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A cute and fun toy for developing your baby's fine motor skills.

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Have fun fishing, work on upper arm coordination, hand eye coordination and letter identification, all at the same time!

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A great game for fine motor skills, problem solving skills and visual perceptual sills. We love it!

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This handy tool will help you navigate your chair over higher thresholds with ease.

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Use this tool to help with mixing and stirring with limited use of one or both hands.

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Use this wrap to help you get a better grip on a variety of objects.

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For use at home to help with increasing safety during transfers on and off the toilet.

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Use this handy tool to help you remember when you last took your medication

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This knife will help individuals with limited use of one hand still cut their food independently.

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Help make any seat more comfortable with this memory foam cushion

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A button hook will help individuals with limited use of their hand or hands button and zip their clothing

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This magnetic board is great for kids learning to write their letters with correct formation.

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A baby doll provides lots of opportunities for pretend play and language development.

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Use toy cars for hours of fun pretend play and language development!

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Our friends who need oral sensory input will love these chewy necklaces!

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Help make food prep fun, but keep it safe, with these kid-friendly knives.

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Use these cutters, tins and forks to help make eating fun.

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Help make vegetables fun with this veggie cutter!

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Kids love to be independent in food prep. Let them cut their food safely!

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If your therapist uses a z vibe in the clinic, you may want one for at home use. Please only use under the direction of your therapist.

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Use the Talk Tools Horn Kit under the guidance of your therapist to help with oral motor control and lip closure.

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Use these straws under the guidance for your speech and language pathologist to help develop oral motor skills

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One of our favorite high chairs for family mealtimes.

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Design with oral development in mind, these pacifiers are our favorites for a reason!

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A great option for helping your baby transition from the bottle to a cup.

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Help your older toddler learn to use a straw or drink from an open cup. 

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A great option for helping your little one learn to transition to table food and utensil use.

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This adorable box plays music and tells stories to help kids fall asleep. Its a great toy for day time entertainment too!

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Use a weighted blanket under the guidance of your occupational therapist to help with calming and sleeping.

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Use this handy light and sound machine to help your kiddos calm down for bedtime.

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An air purifier can help improve indoor air quality for better quality of life!

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This fun toy helps children with pretend play and language skills.

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This is another great toy we love for pretend play and language development.

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Use these fun books to encourage language skills and fine motor development

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This barn toy is such a fun toy for encouraging language development and pretend play skills.

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Everybody loves bubbles and they are great for language development and play skills. Bonus, these are no spill and mess free!

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A bubble machine makes for lots of fun play!

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A universal cuff will hold individuals with poor or weak grasp patterns hold onto a variety of objects

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Use this gait belt to help keep your loved ones safe during ambulation and transfers. Please see your therapist for recommendations regarding appropriate type of gait belt and safety procedures prior to use

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Use this simple mirror to help your baby engage in tummy time.

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Use this fun toy to help your child engage in tummy time, plus lots of other skills.

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Help make tummy time fun with this cute water mat.

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Great toy for developing lots of different arm and hand skills!

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These fun toys are great for encouraging your baby to reach and play!

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Squigz can be used in so many fun ways to work on reaching, grabbing and pulling. Fun for all ages!

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A therapist favorite this toy transitions with your child from sitting to walking with lots of fun in between!

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If your therapist gave you exercises involving Theraband, these sets will help you continue them at home.

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Resistance loops offer a variety of easy at home exercises. See your therapist for some at home options!

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Use under the guide of your therapist to increase lung capacity and strength.

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An affordable option to help with thumb support. Please consult with your therapist before purchase to ensure it is the correct option for you.

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An affordable option for managing wrist pain in certain conditions. Please consult with your occupational therapist prior to purchase to ensure its appropriate for you.

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This set is similar to the finger strengtheners we use in clinic, at an affordable price. Use it at home to help increase your strength

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Use these gloves under the guidance of your OT to help with managing your swelling after a surgery or injury.

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This lotion can be used for clients who have been assigned edema or scar massage as part of their home exercise program.

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Use this kit under the supervision of your OT to help increase your grip and hand strength. 

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Use this device under the direction of your therapist to help break up scar tissue and relieve pressure points.

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Use this paper to help your kids transition from traditionally lined paper to normal notebook paper. 

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Use this band under the direction of your occupational therapist to help with certain types of elbow pain.

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This is a great pencil grip for correcting grasp patterns in some of our young writers

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You can use this resistive theraputty set to help increase your hand strength. Great for adults and kids!

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This soft weight set makes gripping your weights and resistive workouts easier on your joints and muscles.

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Use a paraffin machine under the guidance of your therapist for arthritis and other joint pain management issues at home.

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Use this gait belt to help keep your loved ones safe during ambulation and transfers. Please see your therapist for recommendations regarding appropriate type of gait belt and safety procedures prior to use

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Use this splint under the direction of your therapist to help manage symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.

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