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Multiple Sclerosis toys games
Multiple Sclerosis

Whenever possible, we gather feedback from our customers on how our toys are being used by children & adults with multiple sclerosis 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.

Kinetic Sand - 11 lb
"Great for arthritic hands..... good exercises for hand, the ability to mold into different shapes with hands."

Sea-Monkeys Original Instant Life
"Depending on disability, children may need some adult supervision."

GlowBrightz
"For adults with autism, Alzheimer's, TBI, etc. It is a wonder to play with, or work on manual dexterity by weaving through fingers. Fun ornament for those stuck in wheelchairs, buy one for each wheel, and since people stare anyway at those in wheelchairs, weave in a spiral pattern and people will ask about it or tell you how neat it is. We only have one life, so grab any joy you can! Kids won't be afraid to talk to you and learn a life lesson! Wheelchairs are not scary and they also learn that there is a person with feelings in that chair! MOM's & DAD's: For Kids, FIRST USE INCLUDED ZIP TIE TIGHTLY AROUND BATTERY PACK, we do not want eaten batteries, then also pad battery pack if jerking or unusual movements is a normal thing. Every child could use for manual dexterity, make shapes with the soft, flexible plastic line. Is VERY bright and fun. Could weave one in each wheel chair wheel, or for child enjoyment, use attached Velcro strap to fasten to frame so item does not get lost. Do not leave child unattended with toy, as with any long thin object, they could try to eat or wrap around neck. You will have to check with manufacturer to see if any battery power runs down line, but I doubt it. I have shoelaces just like this & if they are same principle, biting on line may be safe, but tread VERY carefully, as you know, always check everything."

C Major Diatonic Scale Set
"We will be using this as a rhythm and music activity with adults with disabilities. I plan to use flash cards with colored dots to indicate when each tube is played. I saw this method used with a bell choir and it worked well. The leader holds up cards, one after the other, and when the musicians play their instrument according to the colors shown, they end up creating a beautiful piece of music. I'm excited about using this instrument as part of our program."

Fun Ride Deluxe
"Seeing the product, anyone can use it safely and have much fun."



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