With over 1,000 specialist toys to choose from, our library gives families with a disabled child the opportunity to try out and find which toys work best for their child.
Toys aren’t just about play; they can also improve physical, developmental and cognitive skills in a fun and safe way.
When Alfie has made good use of a toy, we change it and know that toy will go on to inspire another child to learn and achieve. The toy library has been so valuable for us!”
Alfie’s mum, and Allsorts member.
Who is this for?
Families with a disabled child aged 0 to 25.
How much is it?
Free to drop in. Some toy rental fees can apply.
When and where is it?
Trinity Rooms, Field Road, Stroud GL5 2HZ
It costs up to three times as much to raise a disabled child as a non-disabled child. Being able to borrow and use, often expensive, toys can be invaluable to many families.
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