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Adapting Toys with Diane: a Hands-On Session coordinated through the WATCH Project. So easy, anybody can do it!. Jennifer, a PT from Pediatric Therapy Associates , prepares her patient for the modification procedure. Prepped for surgery!.

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adapting toys with diane a hands on session coordinated through the watch project

Adapting Toys with Diane:a Hands-On Session coordinated through the WATCH Project

So easy, anybody can do it!

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007

jennifer a pt from pediatric therapy associates prepares her patient for the modification procedure
Jennifer, a PT from Pediatric Therapy Associates, prepares her patient for the modification procedure.

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007

prepped for surgery
Prepped for surgery!

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Brian, another Pediatric Therapy Associates PT, cuts out the battery switch button which is embedded in the hand of his dancing Easter frog.

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007

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Cheryl, a Speech Language Pathologist from Easter Seals UCP Children’s Therapy Services, and Amanda, another PTA PT remove the batteries from their toys

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007

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Our leader and mentor, Diane, shows the group how to pull and cut the correct wires from the battery button.

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The group works diligently at cutting and stripping speaker wire which will get attached to the battery button.

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Diane gives the group a lesson on using the soldering iron. The new speaker wire gets soldered to the short terminals of the jack. The solder “melts”, adhering the new wire to the terminal.

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007

cheryl tries her hand at soldering she s a pro she even brought her own soldering iron
Cheryl tries her hand at soldering. She’s a pro! She even brought her own soldering iron!

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Cheryl and Amanda are sliding the cable jack through their wire to be attached to a switch which a child will now be able to use to activate the toy.

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After pushing the wires and battery button back into the toy, Diane shows Brian how to glue the opening of the toy back together using a glue gun.

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Success! Way to go Brian!See the long wire coming from the frog’s hand? That is now attached to a switch button allowing a child to be able to activate the toy.

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A small sampling of Diane’s collection of adapted toys.You, too, could learn how! If you are interested in learning how to make adapted toys, visit the TelAbility website and type “adapting toys” into the search box or email Juliellen at jsimpvos@med.unc.edu.

TelAbility/WATCH, March 2007