Toys and the Power of Play

July 18, 2008 at 4:42 PM 1 comment

Meet William on YouTube and see the power of play for yourself.

AblePlay™ is a toy rating system and website at www.ableplay.org that provides comprehensive independent ratings and reviews on toys for children with disabilities.  It assists parents, special educators, therapists and others find current toys they can use to help their children with special needs

Play can and does work wonders and AblePlay is there to help make that happen.

Watch this video you can see how William is beginning to move beyond his limitations and connect to his older brother Owen.

AblePlay exists to make experiences like this easier and to connect parents to ratings, reviews and play ideas that have the potential to take therapeutic goals and disguise them as fun.

Just watch William here and see for yourself.   

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  • 1. carebare  |  August 14, 2008 at 9:20 PM

    William is so adorable and precious and the time I have spent with him makes me believe in the impossible. He has such a open heart and heartwarming laugh and smile. All this would not be possible if it weren’t for his loving and compassioinate family.

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