- Library items are NOT for sale. The may be borrowed by ADSA members ONLY (join the ADSA) or school staff who teach a child who is a member of the ADSA.
- The resource library is located in Birkenhead, North Shore at the home of one of our staff members. Viewing times are flexible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to visit or add a comment to the form when you request libary items.
- Deliveries are FREE for ADSA members if you order 3 or more items.
Busy Buttons consists of 24 scented non-toxic soft shapes in 4 colours and 16 buttons to join and construct your own patterns, or copy any one of 12 pattern cards in the shape of animals, people, bikes or trains.
Developing Scissor Cutting Skills in the Child with Down Syndrome
Covers pre-requisite skills, points to remember, hand dominance, types of scissors, and cutting sequence.
Hedgehog fruit string of beads
Develop hand and eye coordination threading the laces and beads through the holes on the wooden hedgehog.
This set contains a bag to put 28 colourful wooden shapes with a non-toxic coating into.
The peg stacker is a fun toy to develop eye-hand coordination, you can also use it to teach and reinforce colours and numbers.
Topics in Down syndrome
Fine Motor Skills in Children with Down syndrome – A Guide for Parents and Professionals