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Kidacess Eye-Cons

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KidAccess Eye-Cons are symbolic language pictures designed for use with children with cognitive, learning, or communication disabilities. Available in pre-packaged or custom sticker sets, in pre-packaged or custom laminated card sets, in pre-packaged or custom kitchen magnet sets, or on CD-ROM, Eye-Cons provide colorful realistic images with or without the corresponding word or phrase for use with communication boards or books, to create a child's personal or school-day calendar, to teach routines and time concepts, or to provide visual support as needed. Pre-packaged small sticker sets include nine pairs of round repositionable stickers with images and words, two blank round stickers for custom images, and an instruction and idea booklet. Available themees for the small sticker sets include morning routine, ready for school, bedtime routine, fast food outing, dentist visit, doctor visit, ready for camp, shopping outing, play outing, sports outing, air trip, or car trip. Large sticker sets include nine repositionable stickers with images and words and an idea and an instruction and idea book. Available themes include potty-training (boy), potty-training (girl), emotions, washing hands, and brushing teeth. The kitchen magnet set is intended for communication in the kitchen and is available as full magnets or as a magnetic sheet. Items in the set include I want, candy, cereal, cheese, crackers, cookies, milk, juice, and water. The Out and About laminate pack includes laminated cards with a loophole. Images include drink, eat, library, OT/PT, outside, playground, school, speech, stop, and toilet. Custom packs allow the user to select the specific images (with or without words) from the lists of available items to be included, the quantity of each to be included and the format to be used (large or small heavy stock paper, large or small repositionable stickers, adhesive stickers, large or small magnetic sheets, magnets, or laminate cards). The large heavy stock paper and large magnetic sheeting offer 12 images per sheet and the small heavy stock paper and small magnetic sheeting offer 20 images per sheet. The large round repositionable stickers come in nine images per sheet and the small round repositionable stickers come in 2o images per sheet. The adhesive stickers stick once and come 24 images per sheet. Laminate cards come individually with an image on one side only. Magnets are also individual items. The Eye-Cons CD-Rom includes more than 800 images encompassing the world of the pre-school and elementary school children. Images come in three sizes in standard GIF format and are importable to most word processing and graphics programs. Also included are catalogs of printable one- and two-inch Eye-cons arranged thematically. COMPATIBILITY: The Eye-cons CD-ROM is designed for use on both Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. DIMENSIONS: Images on the large heavy stock or on the large magnetic sheeting are two inches square. The images on the small heavy stock or the small magnetic sheeting are 1.75 inches square. The small round repositionable stickers are 1.5 inches in diameter, the large repositionable stickers are 2.5 inches in diameter, and the adhesive stickers are 1.66 inches in diameter. Laminate cards are available in 2.5 x 3.75 inches or 2.5 x 4.25 inches. The full magnets are 2.5 x 3.75 inches.

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as of: 
04/07/2002
Additional Pricing Notes: 

79.00 to 3.99

Kidacess Eye-Cons

Made By:

Kidaccess Inc.
Kidaccess Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: jill@kiddaccess.com
Fax: 412-521-8556
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
412-521-8552
Web Address: 
http://www.kidaccess.com
Tags: 
Communication, Computers
 
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