Remote Control Toys to help people with AUTISM & ASPERGER'S SYNDROME

The Ebeanstalk experts have reviewed all the outstanding developmental toys that they have previously selected and have chosen those that would be most beneficial for Autism and Asperger's Syndrome skill development. The deficient skills have been matched up with toys, books and games that would be effective in the development of each specific need.

There are many common characteristics among those individuals who are diagnosed as Autistic or have Asperger's Syndrome. The areas that are most compromised are language and socialization --and the treatment goal is to help these individuals interact successfully in various social situations. It's widely believed that early treatment can increase the functionality of those with Autism or Asperger's. Also, physical activity and developmental toys are helpful and fun and can provide stimulation, socialization and increased self-esteem. A unique deficiency is the development of imagination and fortunately there are many beneficial developmental toys in this category. Within this diagnosis, there is a broad spectrum of the severity of compromised skills.

Because of many common characteristics among those individual who are diagnosed as Autistic or Asperger's Syndrome, we identified appropriate toys, books and games to aid skill development. These include, but are not limited to Language, Pretend/Imagination, Socialization, Dexterity, and Gross Motor skills. Since each person is unique, the specific toys that would be most beneficial depend on both the individual special need, plus the level of severity.

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