When it comes to adaptive toys for special needs, there’s no one-size-fits-all model. That’s why our products are so unique, and that’s what makes them so special.
We help kids with a variety of different needs. Whether you have a child with autism, cerebral palsy, or Down syndrome, we can help find something that works for you and your little one. Our products have helped kids overcome the challenges of these conditions and learn to play like any other kid.
We know it can be hard to find toys that will work for your child. That’s why we make it easy to browse our website and find what you need. You can search by condition or type of product to narrow down the options.
You can also contact us directly if you need help finding something specific or would like to talk about your child’s needs. We have years of experience helping families just like yours find the right adaptive toy for their child’s unique situation. We love helping parents find ways to make playtime fun again.
There are many different types of toy adaptations that can be made for special needs children. Adaptations include: switches, grips, suction cups, water resistant materials, and Velcro tabs.
Adaptive toys are specially-designed toys that can help children with special needs develop their sensory, gross and fine motor skills, as well as improve their cognitive and social skills. These toys are also fun to play with, which is important for any child.
There are many types of adaptive toys for children with different developmental and physical needs. An adaptive toy can be as simple as a ball that lights up and makes noise when squeezed, or as complex as an interactive iPad app. Other examples of adaptive toys include chewable necklaces and bracelets, weighted lap pads, fidget spinners and sensory balls.
Adaptive toys help to teach children with developmental disabilities how to use their hands properly and in new ways. for example, an autistic child may learn how to use his hands to manipulate objects through the use of an interactive iPad app that requires him to drag his finger across the screen in order to make shapes appear on the screen. This type of manipulation helps the child develop fine motor skills that would be difficult for him to learn otherwise. A child who has difficulty focusing on a task or who has ADHD may be encouraged to stay focused by playing with a fidget spinner or other type of toy designed specifically to encourage focus.
Adaptive toys are made for children with disabilities or special needs. These toys can help a child learn, grow, and succeed in ways that they could not otherwise. There are many different types of adaptive toys that fall into different categories. These categories include cognitive development, adaptive technology, and adaptive clothing.
Adaptive toys are designed to help children with special needs play, learn and develop. Each toy is specially designed to meet the needs of children with special needs such as autism, Down syndrome or sensory processing disorder. These toys can also be used with children who do not have a special need but who may benefit from the features of the toy.
Adaptive toys are designed to accommodate the special needs of children with developmental, physical and/or learning disabilities. These specialized toys enable kids to participate in playing with their friends and siblings, while also working on specific skills. Adaptive toys help promote independence by making the child feel that they are respected and equal to others. Each toy addresses a particular skill or need, such as fine motor skills or cause-and-effect.
Adaptive toys may be modified versions of commercially available toys or may be specially designed by occupational therapists and other professionals who work with children with disabilities.
Types of Adaptive Toys for Special Needs
Puzzles are great for developing fine motor skills and encouraging problem solving skills. Adapted puzzles are often made with larger pieces, double-sided pieces (with an image on one side and the name of the object on the back), Velcro pieces that stick together easily or magnetic pieces that stick to a metal board.
Music is proven to stimulate brain activity, help improve coordination and encourage social interaction. There are many instruments that have been adapted specifically for children with special needs. These instruments are often larger, have bigger handles or buttons or have only one or two sounds so they’re easier for a child to play.
Toys that light up.