The Stride-to-Ride Walker is a child's walker designed for use by infants and toddlers with mobility or balance disabilities. This wheeled toy steadies first steps, and rewards the baby with lights, sounds, and high-energy music. As baby grows, the legs can be moved together and locked in place to convert the walker to a riding toy. POWER: Uses three double-A batteries (not included).
The Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike and the Rock, Roll 'n Ride Trike XL are combination child's tricycles and rocking boats designed for use by children 18 months to five years of age. These ride-on toys can be used three ways: The base locks in place, enabling the child to sit on the molded tricycle and rock. As the child grows, the rocking base converts to a push handle to provide assistance as the child learns to pedal. When the child is ready to ride the tricycle independently, the handle can be re
The Grow to Pro Learn to Hit Baseball is a bat and ball game designed for use by children three years of age and up with neurological, perceptual, or eye-hand coordination disabilities. The set includes a child-sized bat, a beginners tethered ball, a standard ball, and an easy-catch Velcro mitt. The beginners ball is attached to a string with a large plastic anchor spike at one end. The spike is anchored in the ground, and a parent or another player throws the ball down the string to the batter.
The Babbles to Books: First Sounds Bee is an educational toy designed for use by children ages three months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This soft bee introduces babies to sounds, words, and songs that relate to their natural babbling, one of the building blocks of language development. When the child bats at the bee or turns the soft wings like the pages of the book, the child is rewarded with lights, sounds, and music. A story and guidebook are in
The Babbles to Books: Mouse's Word House is an educational toy designed for use by children ages six months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This toy takes the child on a tour of the house with the friendly mouse. The doors open like turning the pages of a book, and depending on which setting is chosen, the child is rewarded with word rhymes or rhythmic songs. The child can also enjoy bysy activities such as dropping the mouse down the chimney or throug
The Babbles to Books: Mouse's Word House is an educational toy designed for use by children ages twelve months and up with neurological, cognitive, visual, or communication disabilities. This toy helps children discover how words and sounds are joined to form sentences. The child turns the pages on the sections of the caterpillar and is rewarded with sounds, pictures, and lights. Settings enable selection of early words, adjectives, or full sentences. A story book and language development games
The Baby Smartronics Musical Fingerpaint is an educational toy designed for use by children ages nine months and up with neurological, fine motor, or cognitive disabilities. This baby-sized easel can be set up at a 45-degree angle or used flat, and features a special "goop" surface that enables the child to fingerpaint or create designs with the four included drawing tools without mess. In addition, when the surface is touched, three Calypso-style songs play. The music stops when touch is remove
The Little People Animal Sounds Zoo is an educational toy designed for use by children age twelve months and up with neurological, fine motor, visual, or cognitive disabilities. This interactive playset includes chunky pieces for ease in grasping and pressing the animal footprints in the zoo habitat produces animal sounds. Children can help the zookeeper feed the polar bear, monkey, seal, lion, and elephant with the included "food." Removable fences open and close. The zookeeper and his truck ar
The Little People Musical Zoo Train is an educational toy designed for use by children age twelve months and up with neurological, fine motor, visual, or cognitive disabilities. When the train is pulled along, a teeter-tooter on one care goes up and down, the giraffe in another car spins, and pressing the dtiver activates the song "If I Could Talk to the Animals," complete with a tiger that roars, a parrot that squawks, and a giraffe munching lunch. The cars can also be played with seperately. P
The Learning Sensations AlphaSpinner is a voice output spelling tutorial device designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner enables children to "dial up" letters, hear their phonetic sounds, hear an associated word, and more. Once the basics are mastered, children can move to the next level and learn spelling. Users can quiz themselves or simply enjoy learning letters with sounds and music.
The Learning Sensations NumberSpinner is a math skills game designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner incorporates three learning modes that help children recognize how numbers look and sound, learn to count, and learn number sequencing. When children are ready to progress, a button switches the learning mode to simple addition and subtraction. Music and sound add to the fun.
Learning Sensations Play with Letters Desk is a tactile discrimination training and sensory integration activity designed for use by children with visual, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. This preschool desk incorporates touch, sight, and sound to teach the alphabet, phonics, spelling, rhyming, and introductory reading skills. It features a rectangular desktop with storage space for 26 textured and Braille-labeled letters, a carrying handle, a writing surface, dry eraser, spelling and p
The Sesame Street ABC Poster is an alphabet game designed for children with cognitive and physical disabilities. This large voice output poster hangs on the wall, and, with the touch of a finger, children can play and learn in four different learning modes. Elmo, Big Bird, and Ernie help children learn phonics, recite the alphabet, and identify specific letters. The poster also offers a "Let's Find" game with Elmo and Big Bird.
Shape Sortin' Wood Blocks is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children ages three years and up with fine motor and neurological disabilities. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore are pictured on assorted wooden shapes that fit the corresponding slots in the top of the included wooden basket. The basket is equipped with a carrying handle and each block is a different color.
Love to Hug Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Piglet are stuffed animals designed for use by children with upper extremity, vision, and severe physical disabilities. These squeezable stuffed animals (each sold separately) ask for more hugs once thet have been squeezed. When the child leaves them alone for a few moments, they asked to be hugged again.
Ask Me More Tigger, Ask Me More Pooh, and Ask Me More Eeyore are stuffed animals designed for use by children with upper extremity, vision, and severe physical disabilities. Sold separately, when children squeeze each animal's paw, they answer yes or no questions and occasionally ask questions of their own.
Jump & Learn Elmo is a touch activated educational toy designed for use by children with severe physical, vision, or upper extremity disabilities. By squeezing Elmo's hand, the child can choose from four modes of play: Jumping, singing, counting, and learning the alphabet. When Elmo jumps on his pogo stick, it makes a "boing" sound and Elmo will start play by coming up with a word, a number, or phrase that matches the selected mode of play.
The Disney Smile 'N Play Shape Sorter is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children ages eighteen months and up with fine motor and neurological disabilities. The base of the toy is in the shape of Mickey Mouse's shorts and the carrying handle is in the shape of Mickey's ears. The eight blocks which fit in the sorter help teach shapes and colors, and four of the blocks feature Disney characters. The open/close door at the back of the shorts add to put and take play action.
Freeze Dance Blue and Freeze Dance Periwinkle are touch activated toys designed for use by children with severe physical, upper extrmity, and vision disabilities. When Blues's or Periwinkle's (sold separately) paw is pressed, they dance and move. Blue's paws move up and down as she plays her keyboard and she barks "Magenta's Coming Over." Periwinkle's head moves as he says his signature phrases into his microphone. Children can hear the "Blue's Clues Theme Song" when they press either toy's righ
The Sparkling Symphony Mirror is a sensory busy box designed for use by infants and young children with vision, cognitive, or sensory disabilities. This star-shaped toy attaches to the side of the crib and features a large round mirror in the center surrounded by multi-colored lights in the pointa of the star. When the barrel at the bottom of the unit is spun, the lights begin to blink and two classical melodies and three children's songs begin to play. The music can be set for long play for new
The Sparkling Symphony Stacker is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by infants and young children from six to eighteen months of age with cognitive, visual, or upper extremity motor disabilities. As the child stacks the star-shaped rings over the center peg of the base, the rings light up and music plays.Music also plays when the child pushes on the smiling face at the top of the center peg.
The Sparkling Symphony Xylophone is a sensory integration activity activity designed for use by infants and young children from birth to three years of age with cognitive, visual, or upper extremity motor disabilities. This two-sided toy offers sound effects and blinking lights when the keys or buttons are pressed. Pressing the tune bar at the top causes a melody to play as the lights dance. POWER: Uses three double-A batteries.
Learn N' Dress Pooh is an educational toy designed for use with children with cognitive and fine motor disabilities. Dressed in a colorful rain outfit, Pooh helps children learn colors as they help him identify the colors in his outfit when they sqeeze one hand. When they squeeze the other hand, children learn the basics of dressing by buttoning pockets, zipping the jacket, and tying and buckling boots. When Pooh's nose is pressed, he asks the child to count from one to ten with him.
The 1-2-Bee Counting Hive is an educational toy designed for use with children with cognitive or vision disabilities. With two modes of play, Winnie the Pooh and the Counting Hive help children learn to count. In counting mode, the child puts the blocks in the bucket and hears Pooh count the blocks up to 10. In quiz mode, Pooh asks the child to place a certain number of blocks in the bucket and rewards the child for correct responses. The toy has a carrying handle and includes 10 blocks.
Read with Pooh is an educational toy designed for use with children with physical and learning disabilities. This plush Winnie the Pooh bear holds his own book and comes with a special remote control book for the child. Pooh reads the story while the child follows along and turns the page in his book when the child turns the page in his/her book. Two buttons in the book can be pressed to provide story-enhancing sound effects or to have Pooh ask a question regarding that page of the book. The toy
Sesame Street Talking Numbers is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or vision disabilities. This farmed-theme toy features Big Bird who helps children learn their numbers. This early-learning toy offers three levels of play according to ability: Number identification, let's find the number, and counting. The accompanying animal sounds enhance the learning experience.
Sesame Street Elmo's Talking Alphabet is an educational toy designed for use by children with cognitive or vision disabilities. This toy features a schoolhouse-shaped board with chunky letters of the alphabet. When a letter is pressed, Big Bird names the letter and Elmo says a word beginning with that letter. When the "let's find" button is pressed, Elmo asks the child to find letters. The Elmo and Big Bird characters are prominently displayed alongside the letters.
The Bear in the Big Blue House Loves to Dance Bear is a touch activated toy designed for use by children with cognitive or physical disabilities. When a child press Bear's hand, he dances and sings his signature Bear Cha Cha Cha
The Shape Sorter Tote-Along Ball is an eye hand coordination activity designed for use by children from six months to three years of age with fine motor or perceptual disabilities. This three-dimensional plastic ball is equipped with a carrying handle and has cut-out shapes on the top section which correspond to the shapes of the included plastic blocks. Children match the shapes to the cut-outs and place them inside. The blocks can be removed from the ball through a large hole in the top. The t
All Ears Blue is a touch-activated toy designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or vision disabilities. Blue, of Nickelodeon's Blue's Clues, comes to life as children hug and play with her. When children kiss her nose, this plush dog lets them know she loves them as she hugs them with her signature floppy blue ears. When her tummy is tickled, she giggles and her ears move up and down. When she plays her trumpet (included), she makes honking sounds and her ears move to the music. Wh
The 2-In-1 R/C Truck is a battery operated toy designed for use by children with physical disabilities. This radio controlled vehicle offers two play modes: When the body is in the low position, it is a high-speed racer and when the body in the high position, the speed changes to low for "off-road" adventures. The body is moved to the high position bu pulling back on the roll bar. The handheld controller has an easy-grip steering wheel and a single button for forward and reverse. POWER: Uses one
The Fisher-Price Talkin' Scannin' Checkout Center is a toy designed for children with vision and fine motor disabilities. The set includes a conveyor belt that moves the child's purchases to a scanner which voice announces the prices of the groceries as they are scanned. Four picture buttons announce the name of the food depicted and the coupon button announces the savings amount when pressed. The set includes a cash drawer and credit card slot, each with its own sound effect, a plastic coupon,
The Peaceful Planet Aquarium is a crib toy designed for use with infants with hearing, vision, or neurological disabilities. This toy attaches to the crib or playpen rail or can be set on a dresser and is intended to act as a sleep-soother. The Aquarium looks like a round fishbowl-style aquarium and a softly glowing light illuminates swimming fish while bubbles float gently to the surface. The unit also offers overhead projection of tranquil waves. These modes can be used independently or togeth
The Peaceful Planet Wind Chime Ball is a toy designed for young children with low vision, neurological, or cognitive disabilities. This floor toy features real wind chimes inside an enchanted forest tree. As the toy is gently batted, the wind chimes sound while three forest animals capture attention with motion. The chipmunk and mouse rock back and forth and the bluebird's wings flutter.
Peaceful Planet Surprise Inside Blocks is a toy designed to provide audio, visual, and tactile stimulation for infants and young children with sensory or neurological disabilities. Each of the four stacking blocks offers a different nature theme and different source of stimulation: A three-dimensional chipmunk pops up from the top block. Pebble-like beads make a soft rain stick sound in another block. In a third block, a bluebird spins and is reflected in a mirror. The fourth block offers multic
The Fisher-Price Child Locator is a wandering patient system designed to enable parents to locate a child in a crowd or when the child has wandered away. This set includes a parent's transmitter and a child's receiver with a child-resistant clothing clip. Both units automatically tune in when separated. When the parent wants to locate the child, he or she presses a button on the parent's unit and the child's unit will beep, enabling the child to be located. The beeping begins quietly but gradual
The Power Wheels Kawasaki Guide 'n Drive Cycle is a powered three-wheeled cycle designed for use by children with mobility disabilities from 1.5 to four years of age. This riding toy features a removable rear handle that enables adults to aid in control and balance until the child has mastered riding. Additional features include a rear storage compartment, a pretend fuel cap, and an activity dashboard with clicking knobs and a pretend microphone. POWER: Battery operated. SPEEDS: 2.5 miles per ho
The Fisher-Price Slumbertime Soother provides remote-control comfort for infants that are easily disturbed or distracted from sleep. The Soother offers three relaxing modes for pacifying a baby: a medley of 10 lullabies that plays continuously while soft tracking lights twinkle; one lullaby with soft tracking lights; a selection of nature sounds, including birds, crickets, and a brook. Included with the unit is a remote control that enables the Soother to be reset from up to 20 feet away, allowi
The Alpha-Go-Round is an educational toy designed for use by children ages 3 years and up who have fine motor, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. The toy is completely self-contained with no removable parts. By sliding the attached letter tiles around the track and into position above the attached Alpha-Go-Round Alphabet Book, the child not only learns letter recognition and to spell age-appropriate words, but develops eye-hand coordination and manipulative skills. The book has a write-and
The Activity Walker is a wheeled push toy designed to help develop fine and gross motor skills in children with physical and neurological disabilities. The activity center can be used either vertically or horizontally and it features spinners, flippers, a dial and more, all with corresponding sounds. The device can also be used for color identification and matching. It also features a large handle at the top that, when used vertically, can steady beginning walkers.
The Magic Mirror Cube is a perceptual training activity designed for use with young children with physical and neurological disabilities. The soft cube closes with Velcro and it opens to reveal four framed acrylic mirrors on four different surfaces. The cube may be arranged in a variety of ways around a child seated on the floor for self-discovery or visual stimulation activities. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches. COLOR: Each cube surface is a different color.
The Activity Table is a sensory busy box designed to provide visual and auditory stimulation and enhance fine motor training for individuals with sensory, cognitive or physical disabilities. The all-in-one center with intriguing shapes and sounds includes a shiny mirror, clicking dial, squeaking button and spinning gears. It encourages a child to use fingers and hands to explore as well as learn cause and effect.
The Baby Block Walker is a motor planning skill activity and tactile puzzle designed to encourage fine and gross motor training as well as enhance matching and sorting skills for children with physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities. The toddler walker is shaped like a small car with four wheels and has a large handle and wide base for stability. The car has a peek-a-boo door, shape sorter and brightly colored different shaped blocks. It is designed to encourage exploration and freedom of m
The Soft Sounds Book is a touch activated toy designed to produce various sounds when touched for children with low vision. The soft picture books produce home, vehicle or farm sounds and stimulate the child's interest in books and reading. Bright colors provide visual stimulation. All books are machine washable and dryer safe. POWER: Comes with a replaceable button-cell batttery.
Baby's First Blocks is a visual stimulation and fine motor training activity designed to teach cause and effent and enhance eye hand coordination for children with visual, physical or cognitive disabilities. It is a set of twelve blocks in three different shapes which comes in a canister with a shape sorter top. Each block is brightly colored to enhance visual stimulation. It not only introduces the child to shapes, but also helps to develop finger and hand skills.
The Little People Tot Rod is a powered outdoor riding toy designed for use by children with lower extremity or mobility disabilities. Intended for children 12 to 36 months old, this toy offers two stages of use. In stage one, parents can use the included rear assist handle to control power and steering. In stage two, the child can operate the car independently with the assist handle removed. The power button is located in the steering wheel for ease of operation. Other features include an activi
The Loving Family Sweet Sounds Dollhouse, model B2663, is a touch-activated toy designed to provide personal skills training and auditory and visual stimulation for children with sensory disabilities. The child puts the mom, dad, or little girl doll in different areas of this four-story, Victorian-style dollhouse to hear them talk, sing, tell jokes, and laugh together. More than 200 starter phrases prompt children to role-play in and around the dollhouse, from special occasions to everyday even