Dressing Frame Sets
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- 12” cloth squares are mounted on a wood frame providing a sturdy frame for practicing fine motor skills
- Features small and large buttons, lacing, belt buckling, bow tying, and hook & eye compression snaps
- Used to increase and improve fine motor skills, dressing skills, and other skills to perform daily activities
- Available in two different sets that feature different exercises, activities, and parts to improve fine motor skills
- Dressing frame and all the parts included on it are latex-free
The Dressing Frame Sets provides a device that allows and encourages independent dressing and self care by developing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, finger dexterity, and hands-on learning for those with cognitive deficits. These frames will help develop common dressing skills by performing everyday dressing activities.
Dressing Frame Part 1 includes large buttons, bow tying, and hook & eye compression snaps to help develop and increase fine motor skills and dressing skills. These dressing education aids are ideal for teaching or reteaching individuals how to perform basic level dressing skills such as buttoning and unbuttoning, tying, and snapping.
Dressing Frame Part 2 includes small buttons, lacing, and belt buckling. These activities will help develop and enhance fine motor skills and finger dexterity when working with smaller buttons, lacing shoelaces, and belt buckling. The Dressing Frame Sets promote independence, dressing skills, and basic everyday activities that require fine motor skills.