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Muscular Dystrophy toys games
Muscular Dystrophy

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

"We use this game to supplement vision therapy. Rotating pieces, matching patterns, scanning, visual memory. Pieces are thick enough to be easily picked up by another family member with muscular dystrophy. That was an initial concern when purchasing but the size/thickness of the tiles makes grasping easy."

16 inch Scooter with Handles
"My son can no longer walk, but is more than willing to get out of his chair to scoot around on his new scooter!"

Kinetic Sand - 11 lb
"In the class room the children will ask for this sand as their free use of time before the iPads. this is huge, they seem to truly the relaxing nature of this flowing sand "

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."

16 inch Scooter with Handles
"This was great for having child sit or lay on it and push self around with hands!"

Little Helper Broom Set
"I mainly use the toy to work on crossing midline activities."

Little Helper Broom Set
"I am 83 year old female with arthritis & post polio syndrome. I am able to do household chores because of these smaller sized implements and ease of handling. It has been a tremendous help to me and restored some independence. Thank you so much!"

Touch & Feel Cards
"If a child has limited arm movement this is a good toy to elicit pointing, or to elicit yes or no. "

Rainbow in My Room
"A good item for children."

Tangle Relax Therapy
"Like the textures and ablity to move the Tangle about with ease without distorting the product. "

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