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  1. Ribbon Push and Pull Cubes
    CF7258P Ribbon Push and Pull Cubes
    From $66.99
  2. Activity Play Panel Center
    CF8380 Activity Play Panel Center
  3. Sensory Hallway
    KT7474 Sensory Hallway

    Starting at $36.99

  4. Interlox
    SP5722 Interlox
  5. Tyke Tower Climbing Wall
    MW5892P Tyke Tower Climbing Wall
    From $6,873.25
  6. Self Calming Cards
    GB2157 Self Calming Cards
  7. Weighted Sensory Stacking Toy
    SP7143 Weighted Sensory Stacking Toy
  8. Floor Mats (Hook-and-Loop on 4 sides)
    MW6787P Floor Mats (Hook-and-Loop on 4 sides)
    From $399.99
  9. Shatterproof Handle Mirror
    CM6702 Shatterproof Handle Mirror
  10. Sensory Space at Home Large
    KT7503P Sensory Space at Home Large

    Starting at $47.99

  11. ABC Look & Feel Bag
    CF6290 ABC Look & Feel Bag
  12. Classroom Corner - Custom Choice
    CF7035 Classroom Corner - Custom Choice

    Starting at $37.99

  13. Emotion Balls
    CM6705 Emotion Balls
  14. Safe Place Bed
    SP6965P Safe Place Bed
    From $462.99
  15. Sensory Space at Home Medium
    KT7502P Sensory Space at Home Medium

    Starting at $47.99

  16.  Acrylic Bubble Tube Mirrors
    SP7180 Acrylic Bubble Tube Mirrors
    Product is out of stock

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Products for Kids with Disabilities

Our products for kids with disabilities help kids meet their goals as they develop and grow. The youngest children can learn about the world through tactile and texture exploration. Early learning tools can be incorporated into playtime or therapy sessions to support fine and gross motor skills, bilateral coordination and sensory integration. As kids develop the gross motor coordination to walk, jump and climb, sensory equipment such as balance blocks, trampolines and climbing walls helps kids build core strength and refine motor planning skills. For kids with sensory processing disorder, biting toys can support self-regulation and sharpen focus. Kids with auditory processing disorder can benefit from toys for kids with CAPD. Kids with developmental disorders such as autism or cerebral palsy can use tools that help them meet goals in occupational therapy, physical therapy, ABA therapy or speech and language therapy. Kids with anxiety or ADHD may love using toys to increase attention span and calming toys. Kids are always moving on to the next achievement, and there's always a tool to support that growth.