Play: resources for parents, carers and professionals
"You are the best game in the town and the best toy in the house." Monte Ball, parent and psychiatrist
Early play is essential for all children’s development, especially for their communication and social skills.
Disabled children have the right to play and be included with other children. Some children may need support with their mobility and encouragement with toys and activities.
Play Talks aims to give ideas to make play part of everyday life for you and your child.
Games All Children Can Play shows how disabled and non-disabled children can play together. All of the games use simple and easy-to-use equipment, which can be carried conveniently in a sports bag. It is intended for families and group leaders who work in any setting.
For more information, contact Scope Early Years.