O.k I went on Jess's blog and saw that she posted on what Alex uses. I liked her idea of showing items other than durable medical equipment and such so I decided to post those as well. Thanks Jess for posting, I love that you followed suit, this way we can get a peek into each others lives! ;)
This shot is of Abb's in her new walker using the toy hanger I made. I just wanted to show you what it looks like in action.
These are a wedge set that Abby uses to lay on tummy to strengthen her neck and tummy muscles. This set comes with all three heights. I think we paid $190.00 for them. They are non-skid and repel liquids.
O.k. these next shots are of a mini play table that Abby's 1st OT, Lisa S. made for her (she is brillant!) Again, it is made out of PVC piping, shelf, few screws and a small wood board. This 1st shot is of the base alone from a top angle and the 2nd shot is of the bottom to show how its made. The 3rd & 4th shots are of the top part (front & back), again PVC piping and a wire closet shelf tied on to the PVC with velcro straps! The last shot is what it looks like together. This is a great table that sits low enough for Abby when she sits (assisted) on the floor. She has the surface area to play on and a shelf to read or look at colorful things. The top can be flipped & angled so that if she were to lay on the floor I could hang toys on it for her to bat at!
Heres Abby's formula, pump bag and DuoCal that she uses. The DuoCal is used to add weight... I am thinking of taking her off because she's getting to heavy!
This is her feeding bag that I ordered from our healthcare provider, Apriah. It fits the Zevex Infinity pump which, duah I forgot to shoot a photo of, oh well...