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Re: how to educate blind child by toy?
Toys for Special Children
children need special training at early age to improve various skills
and to patch learning deficits. Recent studies have shown that play and
toys could improve special children’s skills and interaction, offering
hope to parents of special children who have showed no response to any
other forms of therapy and educational techniques. The Puzzle is Slowly Coming Together
When shopping toys for special children, it is better to ask the
advice or opinion of experts first. Thus we offer you here a list of
toys recommended by specialists.
Toys for children with hearing, autism and other development disorder:
toy cars and trucks
rhyming stories to improve speech skills
Mix and match toys
Painting or colouring kits
Toys for blind children and visually impaired children:
Stack up cups
Stuffed toy with different textures
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When buying toys of special children, Barbara Riddick, author of the
book Toys and Play for Handicapped Child, offered the following hints:
Choose toys made by known manufacturers.
Choose flexible toys that can be used in more than one activity.
Choose different types of toys to encourage a child play in a variety of ways.
Choose toys that will be of particular interest to the child.
Keep a list of toys you would like to get for your child.
Take not of toys played by children at nurseries that you have not seen before.
Toys for special children can be quietly costly, so watch out for special offers on toys .
Club together to order toys to save on postage.
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In order to remove password an (educational) solution is to open your laptop back with a screwdriver carefully and remove the bios battery (its a small silver colored round one) and put it back after 5-10 minutes. Then you can close the laptop back and access the bios setup utiliy by pressing the f2 or the f number displayed on startup and replace or deactivate the password. Another solution is to use a backdoor password according to the manufacturer and deactivate the password (search googlefor it) or use a small software utility like !BIOS if i remember correctly to retrieve the password but it may take some time. I hope that helped!
First, an educated guess: considering that the Inspiron 1525 series debuted in the first quarter of 2008, one can assume that the chipset/motherboard are the same, which makes 'em all about a year and-a-half old, regardless of when the laptop was in fact purchased.
Next: how could s/he have "bought" it for themselves, considering the OS has not been released for sale to the public yet? Most likely, it was one of the many "free-for-download" betas or release candidates that have been kicking around the web since late January 2009.
And what difference does it make if s/he installed it themselves?
The question was: do any 64-bit drivers exist for this laptop and its (internal) peripherals?
In my (admittedly anorexic) scanning of the internet and Dell's website...no. I could not find any 64-bit drivers. :(