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The adapted toys that we provide to agencies are used in therapy sessions as a fun way to encourage a child to make a particular movement, or to teach cause-and-effect relationships. While we are pleased with the feedback we’ve received from therapists at the agencies we service, we know that there is a limited amount of time that a child spends in therapy.  The benefits from the activities that a child does during therapy would be increased if that child could practice the activity at home too.  While there are a few types of adapted toys that are commercially-available, they tend to be very expensive, and many families cannot afford to purchase them. One way that RePlay for Kids can help, is to work with agencies to identify low income families whose child could benefit from playing with an adapted toy at home, and give them one of the toys that was adapted at our workshops.  In 2011, we initiated the "RePlay @Home" program, in which we set aside some of our adapted toys for low-income families.  If you are with one of our partner agencies and would like to receive some adapted toys for your low-income clients, please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  If you are a family member and are interested in receiving some adapted toys, please contact an agency that provides services to the child with a disability (school district, county board of developmental disabilities, etc.) and have them This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

You can download the "RePlay @Home" brochure here.

The adapted toys that we provide to agencies are used in therapy sessions as a fun way to encourage a child to make a particular movement, or to teach cause-and-effect relationships. While we are pleased with the feedback we’ve received from therapists at the agencies we service, we know that there is a limited amount of time that a child spends in therapy. The benefits from the activities that a child does during therapy would be increased if that child could practice the activity at home too. Whi

The adapted toys that we provide to agencies are used in therapy sessions as a fun way to encourage a child to make a particular movement, or to teach cause-and-effect relationships. While we are pleased with the feedback we’ve received from therapists at the agencies we service, we know that there is a limited amount of time that a child spends in therapy.  The benefits from the activities that a child does during therapy would be increased if that child could practice the activity at home too.  While there are a few types of adapted toys that are commercially-available, they tend to be very expensive, and many families cannot afford to purchase them. One way that RePlay for Kids can help, is to work with agencies to identify low income families whose child could benefit from playing with an adapted toy at home, and give them one of the toys that was adapted at our workshops.

le there are a few types of adapted toys that are commercially-available, they tend to be very expensive, and many families cannot afford to purchase them. One way that RePlay for Kids can help, is to work with agencies to identify low income families whose child could benefit from playing with an adapted toy at home, and give them one of the toys that was adapted at our workshops.

 


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