Author, Jesse Thomas Dixon, delivers a fun, creative, and interactive book on creating toys and learning devices that are adaptive to children’s disabilities. From a table tennis ball retriever to a one handed fishing reel, readers will find in creativity and range of these convenient ideas. Some of these ideas includes a self-retrieving table tennis ball device and a one handed fishing reel.
A general qualm special-needs classrooms have is that there is a limited amount of activities their students can participate in. Answering that call, this book offers a resourceful catalogue of activities for students of the physically impaired. For a valuable and extensive critical look into the variety of activities this book illustrates, check out Jesse Dixon’s contribution to social welfare Adapting Activities For Therapeutic Recreation Service:Concepts and Applications.