A Gift Guide for Kids in Your Life

by Kerri Silverthorn   |   Wed, Dec 15th, 2021

Happy Holidays! Here’s A Gift Guide for Kids in Your Life

The holidays are officially here, and now is the time to order the perfect gift for the child you love. Check out these awesome toys specifically geared toward kids with disabilities!

Fun and Function offers a variety of toys for kids with disabilities. Their website has a wide array of sensory toys and fun gift ideas that includes suggestions for toys and therapy products for children with developmental disabilities like ADHD, autism, sensory processing disorders, and others.

Comfy & Cozy
Comfortable seating and weighted objects can help a child relax or feel comfy while getting their wiggles out. Check out these highly recommended essentials.

Hot Cold Llama Lap Pad ($59.99)
SensaSoft Moon Seating ($269.99+)
Weighted Blankets ($89.99+)
Vibrating Sensory Snail ($28.99)

Physical Play
Helping children develop while encouraging movement and learning is the goal of any parent! These activities and toys will keep your child active but engaged.

Balance Trainer & Cards ($16.99)
Chair Fidget for Feet- set of 2 ($15.99)
Jumper Mat & Card Deck ($13.29+)
Gel Floor Tiles ($48.99+)

At Home or On the Go
Small enough to play with in the car but entertaining enough to be a favorite toy at home. These toys are perfect for kids that enjoy a little extra calmness or stimulation.

Busy Fingers Marble Maze Kit ($14.99)
Discovery Putty ($15.99)
Ribbon Push and Pull Cube ($63.99)
Sensory Snow ($24.99)
Noise Reduction Headphones ($28.99)

For more great toys, check out this article from Adina Steinberg, OTR/L on the Fun and Function weblog. The Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities (TuscBDD) has resources for children and adults with developmental disabilities. TuscBDD provides Early Intervention for children birth to three years old, Service and Support Administration for people of all ages, family support services, family mentorship, and more! To learn more about these services and others, visit TuscBDD online at www.tuscbdd.org.

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Kerri Silverthorn Wed, Dec 15th, 2021