In this section you will find toys, games and equipment designed for play or for learning and development. Also included in this section are switches, which can be used to operate toys, communication or computing equipment.
The play and leisure section includes various games, toys and equipment for children and young people with disabilities.
The toys, games and equipment listed in learning and development may include sensory toys and equipment, puzzles, and games and equipment to assist your child to develop dexterity, co-ordination, recognition, sequencing and matching skills.
Toys for play, learning and development are unlikely to be provided by either the health service or social services. A paediatric occupational therapist should however, be able to advise on suitable toys and activities to develop the cognitive, fine and gross motor and visual skills of your child. They may also know of local toy libraries or parent support groups that lend toys to try out with your child before purchase.
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