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Blindness toys games
Blindness

Whenever possible, we gather feedback from our customers on how our toys are being used by children & adults with blindness in hopes of providing guidance for other special needs caregivers. We hope you find these "special perspectives" helpful as you shop for developmentally appropriate toys and games.

Magic Moves Electronic Wand
"She was able to use the toy as intended. The buttons are raised so she can easily locate and use them on her own. "

Skwish Stix
"It is lightweight which makes it easy to use. The toy also pops back which allows my son to play with the toy himself creating a sense of independence for him."

Peanut Ball - 22 inch
"The child likes sitting on the floor and rolling on top of it."

Alphabet Sound Puzzle
"Working together, the interaction is fun. I try to think of all the words that begin with that letter, e.g., T - (toe, touch the toe)."



If you like what you see, we'd appreciate your help by spreading the word! If it could be improved in any way, please send us an email to feedback@fatbraintoys.com with your ideas. Thanks!


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