Read this post to answer questions from parents, adoptive parents, and foster parents about what kinds of gifts to give their special needs kids.
Most traditional stocking stuffers consist of candy or food items sometimes not suitable for special needs children
The Pencil Grip improves handwriting, helps to give more control, and reduces hand fatigue.
Chewy Pencil Toppers
These pencil toppers protect your child while allowing them the sensory input they crave from chewing.
A chewable, wearable, and discrete sensory solution for all of your chewing needs. Available in three different toughness levels.
Fine Motor Tool Set
Four tools and four different ways to develop the small hand muscles needed for writing and daily living.
Ergonomic Crayons/Crayon Rocks
These intriguing crayons are ergonomic for everyone, left-handers included.
Toy block tape allows your kids to quickly and easily attach their building blocks to virtually any object or surface
This post is full of stocking stuffers and small gifts that are perfect for special needs children.