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 RESOURCE SHOP 

Visual aids, resources  and books to help break down communication barriers for

school and home

The Play Doctors are family company supporting the inclusion of all children by providing visual resources and training particularly for those with autism, Special Educational Needs, unseen impairments, social communication difficulties, or those who have English as a second language.

 

We believe all children are entitled to play and have fun regardless of their disability or impairment.  Resources and training are designed to reduce barriers and help you to become more inclusive in your activities at school, childcare setting or home.

 

 

 

What are visual communication resources and how do you use them?

 

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Visual Communication Resources

In many resources we use internationally known ©Widgit Symbols

 

 

 

 

 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES  

 

Do you live or work with children who have communication difficulties?

Help is at hand via the resource and book shops, training delivery and  

our monthly newsletter  

 

 Who are we?

 Find out more about us

 

 

The Play Doctors Ltd

Unit 10 Manor Farm,

Astwood, Newport Pagnell MK16 9JS

01234 391436

 

Company No. 7736578

VAT Reg. No. 118 2287 20

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We have been working with disabled children and young people for over 30 years. 

It is important for us to hear the child's voice, we asked a group of children what they felt play was.... 

 

Play is what I do when my Mum's not looking - 8 year old

Play is when I hang out with my mates- 14 year old

Play has to be exciting, get your heart racing and adrenaline pumping - 18 year old 

Why should it be any different if the child happens to have an impairment?