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Toys

Looking back on ones own childhood, it is likely that our fondest memories are of playtime. Whether playing hopscotch, doing a puzzle, or playing house, we all have joyous memories from our childhood and the days of play. For young children, however, playtime is more than just making fond memories: playtime is time to learn, time to hone skills, and time to develop. For a developmentally disabled child, the need for appropriate toys is even greater. A child with cerebral palsy may have serious issues with his or her sensory development, cognitive development, or motor skills. Even if your child’s cognitive ability is in no way diminished, it may be the case that he or she doesn’t have adequate control in his or her hands to perform tasks that require fine motor skills. Toys are essential in any child’s life, but a child with cerebral palsy may have specific limitations that can be addressed simply by picking the right toy. The following is a list of sites dedicated to finding the right toy for your disabled child.

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Cerebral Palsy Toys and Play Aids

http://cerebralpalsytoysandplayaids.com/

A comprehensive sites covering how toys help to develop your child, and which toys do the job.


Lekotek Services – Services to the Toy Industry

http://www.lekotek.org/services/toyind/prodsserv.html

Array of products and services.


Baby Steps to Success

http://www.lekotek.org/resources/informationontoys/babysteps.html

“Supported by a grant from the Prince Charitable Trusts, Lekotek created the new "Baby Steps to Success" guide that highlights activities and strategies for children, birth to three years old….”


DREAMMS for Kids, Inc.

http://www.dreamms.org/

“Facilitating technology access for children with special needs.”


Simplified Technology – Linda J. Burkhart

http://www.lburkhart.com/sr.htm

Selected vendors and resources.


Wisconsin First Step

http://www.nas.com/downsyn/toy.html

“Toy Catalogue Listing for Children with Special Needs.”


Playing for Keeps

http://www.playingforkeeps.org/site/resources_01.html

“…Because Play Matters.”


Dragonfly Toys

http://www.dragonflytoys.com/

The Dragonfly Toy Company Special Needs Store.


Achievement Products

http://www.achievementproducts.org/

“Achievement Products offers hundreds of top quality therapy, exercise and special education products from walkers and standers to therapy balls, feeder seats, rolls and wedges to help children achieve their best.”


Small World Toys

http://www.smallworldtoys.com/

“Thanks for visiting Small World Toys! Sitemap | Please feel free to explore our site – whether you’re looking for the perfect toy for that special child, or just taking a peek at what’s new, you’ll find that our products will please both parents and children alike!”


Learning Resources

http://www.learningresources.com/shopping/parents.asp

“Smart Toys for Today’s Kids!”


Gamewright

http://www.gamewright.com/

“Gamewright was founded in 1994 by four parents whose kids wanted great games. From the start, our mission has remained clear: Create the highest quality family games with outstanding play-value…”


Enabling Devices

http://enablingdevices.com/subcat.aspx?id=17&session=child

Online catalogue.


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