Thursday, June 26, 2008

What do you recommend?


I'm loading products onto the new website so if all goes well we'll launch National Autism Resources by the end of this month. Hooray! I've been putting up the products we have found to be helpful for our family. That got me wondering... do any of you have a special toy or book that has been really helpful to your child that you would like to recommend? If so let me know about it!

5 comments:

Angela said...

Ark Grabber XTs for sure... we use those daily!

Casdok said...

I will have a think!!

~Miss Nelson said...

I am assuming you are talking about products that will help other families? If so, here are some of the things we use in schools were I work....lots of sensory products, weighted vests, bubbles, swings, playdough and other hands on items, music, rice table, bean table, water table, water activities, jumping,...

I hope that helps you!

Casdok said...

OK i have thought!! But probelry not much use for you!
The only special toy my son has carried around for about 10 years was a chopstick!!
And the most useful thing i did was to have his bedroom walls padded (cos of headbanging) and bullet proof glass.
And on the book front, the most useful ones for me were any by Donna Williams.

Nancy said...

I wouldn't want to do without the velcro squeeze vest. It calms our daughter down every time.
Thanks,
Nancy