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Portable Desk Privacy Barrier

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Product Code: SD12008

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Perfect for children who can be distracted or who need support in organising themselves and following routines.
£39.95 ex VAT £ 47.94 inc VAT

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Designed with the help of a Speech and Language Therapist, this workstation is ideal for children with Autism or ADHD who require help organising their day.
The barrier is perfect for children who become distracted in the classroom or who need support in organising themselves and following routines.
There are 8x 5cm2 plastic pockets on the inside front and 4x 5cm2 plastic pockets on the left side of the barrier for children's symbols or other resources to be placed; the barrier is a great solution for holding a visual timetable and motivator choice board.
There are two pockets at the top for personalising the barrier so the child takes ownership of their station.
There is a red pocket on the right with a clear plastic pocket that has been designed to be used as a finish pocket. On the back is a blue pocket to allow the support worker to store the child's symbols and keep organised.
The clear plastic pockets make the barrier a versatile resource and means it can be used with symbols and motivators which are personalized to the child.
The tray system comes in four different colours (red, yellow, blue and green) with a plastic pocket on the front for a letter, number, instruction or personalised picture. The child's work for that day / session can then be added to each of the trays which they can then work through in a manageable routine.
Contents:

  • Barrier (40cmH x 86cmL)
  • 4x trays (9cmH x 30cmL x 22cmW).
Folds down flat and comes in a handy storage bag. Includes notes written by a Speech and Language Therapist.

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  • 4/5 stars
    13 Oct 2016