New Products

October 2009
PN;Oct2009, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p63
Trade Publication
The article offers information on more than 8,000 dollars in savings and over 65 new products for therapists, special education teachers, health care professionals, facility directors and caregivers provided by the Fall 2009 Special Populations catalog. It mentions the intent of its publisher, FlagHouse Inc., to promote the enhancement of the lives of children and other people with disabilities. The new items in the catalog are cited such as a talking clock and the 3-in-1 Smart Trike Recliner.


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