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This 2.5 year old non-speaking autistic boy is very active and restless at night. He was just starting to respond to his name and express his needs when his family escaped from Ukraine to Poland. We have already sent some sensory toys, and are looking for someone to buy him a weighted blanket for better sleep.
This 4-year old autistic girl loves to sing and ride the bus. She loves massage with special brushes, swings and playing with sand. She does not speak, but understands a few words. We would love for her to have some kinetic sand, an indoor swing, a Wilbarger brush and a couple of toys to learn colors and improve fine motor skills.
This 3.5 year old non-speaking boy is in Slovakia. He has no access to services, which his mom says caused dysregulation. He shows distress y increased stimming. He loves tactile and colorful toys, which are regulating for him. His mom is looking forward to being able to nourish his sensory needs.
This 6-year old boy is attending a specialized preschool in Warsaw. He struggles with fine and gross motor skills. He struggles to feed himself and often loses his balance. We selected some fine and gross motor play toys for him. The best part: most of them are super affordable!
This 3 year old non-speaking boy has been exposed to explosions and shooting. He is afraid of planes and loud sounds, and has nightmares every night. He lost many skills that he had. We have sent a weighted blanket and a plushie for him, and on his list there still are a tent, a play rug, and some toys for fine motor development.
This 8 year old refugee boy lives in a very small town in Germany. He cannot go to school or get services because of the language barrier. He loves to color, glue, and assemble cars. We have sent him a weighted blanket and some fidgets. Please make help him mom offer him structure and developmental opportunities by buying some coloring books, car-related crafts, games and building blocks that include car parts. It is a long list, but everything on it is super affordable!
Many of our families ask for an exercise ball. Autistic kids who love movement read, do homework, eat, and bounce on these to stay regulated. We sent this family a weighted vest and a tactile game. Please help them with the exercise ball, some fidgets, ankle weights, and tactile toys to help with regulation for their child.
This 15 year old autistic refugee has received kinetic sand, a couple of puzzles, and a sorting game. He still needs a sensory mat, fine motor toys. and developmental materials for ages 3-8.