Laminated Alphabet Letter Boards, Set of 2 Plus Marker

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This alphabet letter board is an effective way to spell to communicate with caregivers, nurses, therapists.  

"Rated an Amazon Best Choice: Overall Pick -This product is highly rated, well-priced, and available to ship immediately."
This board provides a much needed, easy to use communication option for adults and children who cannot speak due to stroke, intubation, neurological disorders or language barriers. Ideal for use with nurses, therapists, health care staff and caregivers who care for people who are not able to express themselves verbally temporarily or long term.

Our alphabetical letter board offers large letters and numbers so patients can easily point to letters to spell out their needs and answer yes/no questions. Sheet size is 8.5" x 11", printed on heavy card stock and laminated for increased durability and sanitization. Back side is blank and can be used for writing with the dry-erase marker included. 


Set of 2: 2 Laminated Alphabet Spelling Boards, with 1 dry erase marker

Set of 2: 1 Laminated Alphabet Spelling Board, 1 Laminated Health Care Board, with 1 dry erase marker

Set of 10 Laminated Alphabet Spelling Boards

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"I purchased this for my Mom who was unable to communicate verbally. The product was great quality and arrived quickly for use during her hospital stay." Jenn via Amazon

 "This is for a great friend who is terminally I’ll. The operation to give him more time failed and has left him with no speech. You had the best board in Europe! Niki, Family Friend

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    Posted by SK on Feb 04, 2021

    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly... my 92 year old step mother has a cancerous tumor in her mouth and is having difficulty talking. She and my Dad were delighted with (the Alphabet Spelling Board).

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