Buying the Right Toys for Special Needs Now Fast, Fun and Smart

June 4, 2009 at 8:19 PM Leave a comment

We want finding toys for children with special needs online to be as much fun as the toys themselves.  That’s why the AblePlay website continues to improve and react to the needs of parents, professionals and families of children with special needs with our newly revamped website at  All our play products are researched, rated and ready to buy.

It’s not just a fun face lift, we’ve also made searching easier, faster and provided you with the best reviews on current toys and play products.  Add to that an exciting, easy, eye-appealing new format.  Oh and pay special attention to our NEW Wish List capabilities.  Finally your family, friends and others can purchase current toys right for your child’s individual abilities — and assist with their developmental goals as well.  That’s not only fun, but smart.

Put a little fun back in your and your child’s life.  Visit the NEW AblePlay website and see what’s hot, cool and smart this summer (and don’t forget to bookmark it, we’re adding new play products all the time).

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