Find the Perfect Gift With These Special Needs Gift Guides

If you won’t be caught within 1,000 feet of a mall this time of year, you’ll probably be doing a lot of online shopping, and scouring for those specialty items your child might enjoy. This online gift guide is just what you need to find the perfect toy or therapy item for a special needs child.

Therapist Recommendations

1. 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

From pediatric occupational therapist Meghan Corridan on the blog MAC&Toys

2. Fine Motor Toys: Gift Guide for Hands-On Kids

From pediatric physical therapist Lauren Drobnjak on the blog The Inspired Treehouse

3. Gift Guide for Sensory Toys

From pediatric occupational therapist Alisha Grogan on the blog Your Kids’ Table

Parent Recommendations

4. Holiday Gifts and Toys for Kids with Special Needs

From Ellen Seidman

5. The Ultimate Gift Guide For Supporting Businesses With A Positive Connection To Disability

From Mariah Nichols

6. Six Fun Gifts for Sensory Seeking Kids

From 3 Dinosaurs

7. 17 “Mom-Approved” Gifts for Kids With Special Needs

From Parenting Special Needs Magazine

8. Autism Gift Guide

From Fathering Autism

Online Stores

9. Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids

From Toys R Us

10. Best Holiday Gifts for Kids (and Adults) with Sensory Needs

From Fun and Function

11. Special Needs 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

From Flaghouse

12. Holiday Helpers

From School Specialty

13. Toy & Gift Guide for Autistic Kids and Teens

From National Autism Resources

14. Gift Ideas

From Special Needs Toys

 

Source:  Friendship Circle

Where Do You Find Ideas? Have you found some great special needs gift guides? Share it in the comments so we can all get inspired.

 

A native of Cleveland, Maureen graduated from Cornell University and the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs. She is a former congressional liaison with a background in nonprofit communications. Maureen believes strongly in the mission of the Orange Effect Foundation as she has a nephew with autism and a daughter who benefited significantly from speech therapy.

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