Category Archives: Grasp Patterns

Taco: Hard Shell

This could be modified to include other ingredients such as vegetables, different salad items, and a creamy salad dressing instead of salsa.  Students could list things they would want to use to individualize the activity.

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Taco: Soft Shell

This could be modified to include other ingredients such as vegetables, different salad items, and a creamy salad dressing instead of salsa.  Students could list things they would want to use to individualize the activity. Skills Include: 3 jaw chuck … Continue reading

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Tuna Mix

The Tuna Mix sequence is less complicated and physically easier using the bag rather than can of tuna.  Independence with the activity sequence has good potential.  Molly was highly motivated to do this at home and was proud of herself … Continue reading

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Pigs in a Blanket Sequence

The Pigs in a blanket sequence turned out to be a favorite. Molly really loved doing it and her grandfather enjoyed eating them. This is a familiar favorite of most people and a good way to introduce use of a … Continue reading

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Chopping Egg using Pastry Blender

One method which helps individuals succeed in chopping an egg is to use a pastry blender. This is one approach for completing a larger sequence for making an egg salad sandwich. The other approach is to chop the egg with … Continue reading

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