The 2010 Differently-Abled Toy Guide contains over 60 pages of toys designed to help parents of special needs children select toys to develop certain skills through the power of playing. Little picture, color-coded icons such as social skills, tactile, visual,language, gross motor, and fine motor are placed next to the picture of the toy. According to NDSS, Toys R Us has been working with the society and other safety & special needs organizations in the selection of toys. All toys are available nationwide in-store or online.
National Down Syndrome Society:
September News Letter http://ndss.org/images/stories/NDSSresources/pdfs/september_e-news.pdf
Please note: I typed this blog without my glasses and on very little sleep so please excuse all typing & grammar errors. Thank you :-P