The game helps to stimulate the physical and cognitive development, so it should be a common activity for all children regardless of age, race or social condition and it is thus that the toy has a prominent place in the stimulation of the child and especially in children, who have some disability.
In the case of children with disabilities, the family plays a key role, which becomes bridge mediator between the toy and the child, because it encourages the child to take the initiative, while promoting the stimulus, it is also important that parents can adapt toys for your child to enjoy and take more out of it.
Children who suffer from hearing disability may be offered the same toys for any child, such as dolls, board games, or bicycles, deaf children do better toys with sound effects, accompanied by vibration, movement and lights. It is interesting to have volume control or headphone output, to better fit the child’s hearing level.
For motor disabilities would be very interesting toys with parts fit easily with large structures that do not demand too rapid movements, must have easy access to all functions. You should not limit the games to children with visual impairment, because to them it is important to be provided with the game and the use of toys, which they should incorporate sound effects and texture to the pieces easy to identify to touch. The brightly colored toys or contrasting, but who do not have small parts, can be very stimulating.
For children with intellectual disabilities, the variety of toys that can be adapted is wide, depending on the level at which the child is but toys for school use may be attractive because they are designed to facilitate the learning of the smallest.