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If you are looking for fun activities for home carryover or trying to set your home up for TeleHealth, check out some of our staff favorites on Amazon and ARK!  Items are broken down into categories, though some items could go in multiple categories.  So take a minute to look around!  Do you feel like we are missing something?  Let us know!

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Emerge Pediatric Therapy is an ARK Therapeutic Affiliate, and may earn a small percentage on qualifying purchases.

This page is always under construction as we find new tools, activities, and games. Please check back frequently as we continue to update!

 

                 

                       

                                                    

                   

                                                 

                                                                                                              

                

  

                                   

  

                                                        

                   

      

              Z-Vibe Vibrating Oral Motor Tool

    Roller Tip (facial massage)

                         Soft Brush Tip

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