Below are resources that we have accumulated over years of working with families and professionals. This is a living list; we regularly add to it. We hope you find this a good starting point for obtaining help and support.
- A Doll Like Me was born out of the idea that our unique differences make us beautiful. At the very heart of this organization is the idea that children need to see themselves in the toys that they play with.
- Balance Beam
- Ball Drop Toy
- Bike Trailer
- Book: The Dot is a book about getting started, trying something new, and making your mark.
- Book: Not Your Typical Dragon is a book about a dragon who is a little different and yet oh so special.
- Book: Super Special Magic Shoes is a book about a little girl who wears ankle braces and how they help her do all the things other kids are doing.
- Books: Free through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Colorado
- Chunky Puzzles such as Fat Brain Toys or Melissa & Doug
- Bright Ears started when a Mom wanted to make a doll with hearing aids for her daughter who was born deaf and has now expanded into offering dolls with a range of special needs.
- Busy Books are a great tool for learning language and other pre-school concepts. This book is only one example but it has white pages with simple colorful objects that may work well for children with a visual impairment.
- Flower Garden
- Light Wand
- Peanut Crayons are great for little hands to help them develop the strength and coordination necessary to properly hold a pencil
- Potty Watch is a way to give kids ownership around remembering to stop and use the potty
- Quubi is a lightweight toy with good contrast and narrow tubes which makes it easier for smaller hands to hold
- RelaxSling is a tool that can be added to a traditional belt swing at a playground to make it more usable for children who need extra support
- Shape Sorter
- Stacking Cups
- Star Projector
- Stomp Rocket
- Magnetic Wooden Blocks
- Vibrating Teether
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Kristy Miller, RPT, Owner
16350 E Arapahoe Rd Suite 146
Foxfield, CO 80016
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