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There are 15 products.
JUMBO mouthy mouth€74.26
This JUMBO MOUTHY MOUTH
is a great, easy-to-manipulate tool for presenting oral mechanisms, teaching hygiene, and representing the movement of articulators for the production of speech sounds. Move the tongue and show the placement!
MAGNETIC TIMER JUMBO€12.67
Timer for offices and classrooms
with a large flat magnet that can be attached to metal elements.
TIME TIMER 8€50.24
Setting to the selected moment TIME TIMER 8
develops the sense of time, promotes planning, allows you to better hear the end of classes in noisy environments, strengthens your autonomy and independence!
TONGUE TATTOO set€3.06
Tattoo on the tongue
- a set of 10 tattoos with different graphic patterns;
HAND TALLY COUNTER€10.92
- very useful and handy counter recommended for Patients who need a feedback during exercises.
Hand puppet - RABBIT€5.90
HAND PUPPET RABBIT
- a material hand cover, a hand puppet or a washcloth depending on the use. Perfect for alerting massage of the child's face before a therapy session.
- On sale!
Hand puppet - BAT€5.90
HAND PUPPET BAT
- a material hand cover, a hand puppet or a washcloth depending on the use.
Desktop magnifying screen€32.54
Desktop magnification screen - a lightweight magnifying screen for the visually impaired.
PLUSH FINGER PUPPETS€6.99
Set of 10 finger puppets made of a soft fabric.
Mini Voice Changer€10.70
Only half as big as the Large Voice Changer,
yet effective contains a digital module that strengthens and distorts the voice.
Large Voice Changer€18.57
is a toy megaphone that includes a digital module that amplifies and changes the voice.
Talking Polly Parrot€15.07
Talking parrot Polly
This speech tool repeats everything you say in its parrot-way.
- plastic phone-like tube, when placed by the ear, allows hearing patient’s own voice with up to 12% magnification.
Whisperphone is a plastic phone-like tube, when placed by the ear, amplifies Patient’s own voice by up to 12%.
MINI MOUTH FINGER PUPPET€14.85
MOUTHY MOUTH is a model of the mouth with the movable tongue.
The therapists can slip their fingers into the three pockets and simply show to the young patients where the points of articulation are (for the specific sound) or what the correct position of the tongue should be.