5 Great Products for Special Needs Children
Jan 16, 2014 - 11:55:25 AM
1. Baby Dipper Bowl
The Baby Dipper bowl makes one-handed feeding of babies and toddlers easy for parents. It has also come to the aid of children with special needs or other self-feeding issues. Children can see through the transparent sides of the bowl and concentrate on getting the food onto their spoons and into their mouths. All users of the Baby Dipper feeding set avoid the frustrations of chasing the food around the bowl and the bowl around the table. Winner of this year's Huggies MomInspired Award!
2. See & Spell Toy
Complete a puzzle to spell a word, while developing a sight-reading vocabulary or use the letters for stenciling. 64 colorful wooden letters fit into the 8 two-sided cutout boards to spell three- and four-letter words! All spelling and fine motor fun fits into one compact wooden storage case.
3. Special Tomato Height Right(TM) Chair
The Height Right Chair is a stylish seating system developed for children and teens with mild to moderate physical involvement. The chair is designed to grow with your child from 6 months up to 250 pounds! The chair offers secure positioning support with a sleek, modern design to create a chair that will fit into any home. It is the perfect seating solution for your child at home, school, therapy or daycare center.
This kerchief style bib is as fashionable as it is functional: designed to capture drool and still look cool. The creation of the Hipper Bib was designed by a mom whose son has Angelman Syndrome, which causes him to drool. After searching for special needs bibs, drool bibs, and fashionable bibs, she decided to come up with a unique bib that had all of these features. A bib that would complement his clothing and, in turn, not draw attention to the fact that he was wearing a bib, therefore, maintaining his sense of dignity.
Pully Palz are the first ever baby toys that actually help babies retrieve their own pacifiers, plus they offer developmental benefits for baby! They're interactive and entertaining to keep baby distracted and helpful for parents who no longer have to play the "pacifier game." The innovative and developmentally beneficial toy teaches right/left brain coordination, cause and effect and hand-eye coordination.
Baby Dipper is proud to support National Autism Awareness Month coming up in April. To schedule an interview with Barbara Schantz contact Tasha Mayberry, Director Public Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207.317.6099. Baby Dipper is currently accepting new wholesalers.
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