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Spread Christmas cheer and gift a toy to Allsorts
Every day can feel like Christmas at the Allsorts Toy Library! There is a treasure trove of toys and games for disabled children and young people to enjoy. Toys aren’t just about play, they can also improve physical, developmental, and cognitive skills in a fun and safe way. You can find sensory items such as lighting, tactile toys, and weighted blankets too. As well as toys, there is specialist equipment which can help ease some of life’s daily challenges for children with additional needs.
“We are members of Allsorts for my eldest daughter, Bella, who has an acquired brain injury due to meningitis and possible Autism Spectrum Condition. Allsorts have been amazing at supporting her and my three other children, Perseus, Cassius, and Beatrix.
We used the Toy Library at first to find sensory items for my daughter to help with anxiety and sensory processing. There is such a great selection of toys to choose from, some which we couldn’t afford, but having them on loan is a great idea – plus they never get bored!
The Allsorts team are brilliant. They get us and our family dynamics and are sympathetic to the things we’re going through. They really do listen and offer great ideas too, which have been so valuable. No judgement, just support. Allsorts really feels like family!”
£10 could buy a construction set
great for imaginative play
£20 could buy a remote-control tractor
improving dexterity and coordination
£40 could buy a threading activity with fruits and laces
to aid fine motor skills
£130 could buy a Sparkle Dome
a cause-and-effect interactive toy