Disabilities

Let us help you find the toys that many therapists and rehabilitation teachers use. Although not specifically designed to be therapeutic, these toys are classic and basic enough to be useful for children with sensory issues or impairments. When matched with your child's individual needs, these toys can help your child reach his full potential.

We are proud to help parents of children with special needs to earn money from home while they play with their child. Please contact us by email: billietoy@gmail.com

Children with VISUAL challenges may need special assistance in developing:

Tactile and auditory senses.

Products which present sound and sensory variations.

GIANT PEGBOARD * TANGIBALL* RAINFALL RATTLE *

Toys that have interesting surfaces,textures and smells to explore.

CHIMING CHARLIE ** MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO** SUPER YUMMY** TANGIBALL**

Body movement, balance and coordination.

Toys that move or handle easily may motivate movement.

DISCOVERY FUN PLAYHOUSE** FLIP FLOP FACES** GO GO CATERPILLAR** TRICKY FINGERS** ZIP TRACK

Language stimulation.

CDs can be excellent for language stimulation starting with slower-paced songs and lyrics based on more familiar concepts.

BILINGUAL SONGS ENGLISH-FRENCH** I'M GOING GREEN!** SOUNDS LIKE LEARNING**

Books with large pictures and larger print may also be helpful.

AHOY, PIRATE PETE** BABY MOVES** ONCE UPON A TIME**

Choose toys and games with:

a) sizable pieces
b) large, clear pictures
c) good contrast of light and dark images
d) non-glare surfaces (note: clear contact paper over gameboards reduces glare)
e) concrete methods for teaching developmental concepts
BUSY BUGS** CASTLE MARBLEWORKS** GIANT PEGBOARD** ROLL & PLAY** SUNSHINE MARKET** CASTLE MARBLEWORKS has balls with a jingle bell inside so a child can track the ball by sight and sound.