Adaptive Gear Library

Welcome to the Adaptive Gear Library. Here you will find adaptive equipment and tools for adventure, education, sensory needs, and art. The goal of the Adaptive Gear Library is to help our community members who are living with disabilities be able to try out adaptive gear at their leisure or before buying expensive adaptive equipment.

How to Reserve

Gear reservations for items can be made through our online registration portal or at the Community Center front desk a minimum of 24 hours in advance. All reservations must be paid in full at the time of registration and a valid credit card on file.

Contact Laine Fabijanic, Therapeutic Recreation Supervisor, at helaine.fabijanic@cogs.us or 970-309-5911 for more information.

Pick Up and Drop Off

Items will be will be available for pick up at the Community Art Center, 601 E. 6th Street, the day of your reservation and must be returned by close of business the same day unless a multiday rental has been arranged.

Available Gear

Ablenet Quick Talker FT 12Front of communication device with images on buttons for the user to push to communicate.

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Amtryke Hand TricycleTricycle with hand and foot pedals and push bar.

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Stay Put MatNon-slip drawing mat with magnetic frame.

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Talking TilesMulticolored tile that can have a sound recorded in them that is played when pushed.

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Time TrackerSimple timer with three colored lights and an optional alarm with visual and auditory cues.

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Wheel BladesSmall skis that attach to the front wheels of a wheelchair.

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ZipZac ChairSmall red plastic wheel chair with large wheels for toddlers to small children.

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The Rainbow FishRainbow Fish Book in English and Spanish with a multicolored shimmery fish on it.

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Convaid Cruiser StrollerStroller for children and teens with harness, swing away foot plates, and headwings.

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Rechargeable Cordless Light PadLight up pad for vision/hearing and behavior/sensory support.

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Head float Stabilizer BarFloatation device assists in keeping the head above water and minimizing tipping back or to side.

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Dimpl Silicone Sensory ToolFive vibrant silicone bubbles built into a plastic frame for sensory stimulation.

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Freewheel AttachmentFreeWheel gently lifts front casters of a wheel chair off the ground for greater mobility.

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Lean N Learn Wedge CushionInflatable wedged cushion to provide sensory stimulation and encourage focus.

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Noise Reduction HeadphonesBlue headphones that cover the entire ear.

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Scallop Positioning SeatSeat designed to aid in floor sitting and to add extra support whilst sitting on a chair.

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Special Tomato JoggerLightweight jogging style pushchair.

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Contributors

The Adaptive Gear Library is possible thanks to generous contributions from Garfield County Public Health and Art Spark Texas.