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Introducing the 2006 edition of Let's Play, A Guide to Toys for Children with Special Needs.





November 01, 2005.
Playthings.com, New York.




NEW YORK- The Toy Industry Association (TIA) is introducing the 2006 edition of Let's Play: A Guide to Toys for Children with Special Needs. Let's Play is an educational family resource, developed by the TIA, in cooperation with the American Foundation for the Blind and the Alliance for Technology Access.


The guide features a wide variety of toys that appeal to children with special needs such as visual, physical, speech and hearing impairments, as well as learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder (ADD). The guide can also be referenced by retailers interested in expanding their stock of toys for children with special needs.


"TIA is proud to work in conjunction with the Toy Industry Foundation, along with the ATA and the AFB, to produce Let's Play, a guide that serves as a resource for so many families with special needs," says TIA president Tom Conley."The guide supports the North American toy industry's mission to bring the joy of play to all children."


Let's Play: A Guide to Toys for Children With Special Needs, is produced and distributed by the TIA on behalf of the Toy Industry Foundation, the industry's philanthropic organization. Consumers and others may access Let's Play on the TIA website by visiting
www.toy-tia.org


and clicking on parents, then publications (or, press room, then publications/resources). Orders for single or multiple copies of this free publication may be sent to TIA via fax:212-633-1429 or e-mail:
communications@toy-tia.org.



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