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Welcome to The Play Doctors             Winners of Business Excellence Awards 2012
We are a family run company supporting the inclusion of all
children particularly those with unseen impairments, social communication difficulties, who have English as a second
language or are just beginning to talk! 
 
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RESOURCE SHOP

 Practical Communication Resources supporting social integration, communication and behaviour.

  We have just added a new section to our shop Sensory Resources

Take a look!

 

The sensory book has been very well received by the play work team.

 

The activities are very visually appealing, easy to understand.

The visual identification linking the sensory experience to the activities is very informative.  

 

Playwork Advisor Surrey CC

 

Look out for our special readers

offers throughout the shop

 

 

TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY

Training workshops providing practical learning and ideas to take back and use in home or setting  

   

 

 Excellent training on autism, I have never laughed or learnt so much in one day. I will recommend your training to others.

- Nadeem Milton Keynes

 

 

See us on Twitter - take a look below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INFORMATION

AND NEWS

We have brand new item in stock - We're going in the car Fan more.....

 

 

Take a look at our newsletters, each month we cover a different subject

Our April newsletter is now out more...

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?  

 Want to know about us and our work  more..