“Most of the switch-activated items aren’t available locally and because they have to be specially ordered, they’re quite costly. For example, a typical toy in a store might only cost $10 but a specialty toy, modified for special needs kids, is nearly $50. But at Ohio State’s toy library, they’re free. Just like books at a library, families here can check out toys and even specialized computers to take home and try out.”A therapist is standing by at the toy library to help children choose not only toys that they will enjoy but toys that they will learn from. You can read the full article here: HealthNewsDigest. Do you know of any other such toy libraries? Post a comment if you do.
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