You don't necessarily have the resources, time or expertise to replicate the supports your child benefits from at school.

In this collection Bridges offers some tools, software, resources and materials to reinforce learnings and routines from the day and some stuff just for fun too.


From the Blog 

6 Tips and How-To Video on Switch Adapting Battery Toys


Adapting Toys and Accessing Play 

Play is an essential part of learning and living for anyone regardless of ability.

Children who have physical, cognitive, sensory or communication challenges need to play just as much as anyone else, but they may rely more on play partners and ready adaptations to make that possible.

Visit our Adapting Toys and Accessing Play collection for tips on adapting toys, inclusive activities, and all the tools and resources you'll need to access play. 

Symbol Supports and Activities 


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