Toy company release infographic showing Deaf-friendly games for children’s parties

Posted on December 2, 2016

A toy company have created a really useful infographic showing the Deaf-friendly games that can be played at a children’s party.

Daisy Welch, from the Wooden Toyshop told us how it came about:

We began by looking for games that could be played with deaf/blind children. Our research found a lot of inclusive games that meant children of all abilities could play together, so we added in this info too. We also came across games that could be made, as a project between parents and children and also toys that could be adapted so that blind/deaf children could use them also. As a passionate seller of toys, we want as many of our toys as possible to be accessible to all children of all abilities.

Take a look at the infographic below:

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Deaf-friendly games for a childrens party by Wooden Toy Shop

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