Parents of children with developmental disabilities may want to rethink their idea of using their favorite toys at Disneyland.
The new guidelines issued by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development say that some kids with developmental disorders like autism or Asperger’s may not be able to use a toy that they know how to use.
The guidelines say that a child’s needs are best met with a toy with appropriate sensory features and play characteristics that are well-matched to the child’s level of development.
In addition, the guidelines say it is important for parents to discuss with their child how they can best provide appropriate play activities to ensure that they feel at ease.
A lot of these kids can’t actually play with their own toys, so it’s important to be clear that these toys can be played with, and the best way to do that is to get them to feel comfortable playing with them, the documents say.
There are some toys that can be made easier to use and play with by using a different kind of material that is softer and easier to hold and handle, the rules say.
But there are some things you should always consider when it comes to toys for kids with disabilities: How they feel and how they look.
Some toys are made from a material that will allow for a child to hold the toy safely.
But if you have a child with developmental issues or autism or someone with learning disabilities who needs a special toy, you should talk with them about how to play with it.
The materials you can use are based on your child’s age and their developmental level, the report says.
Children who have autism can also be at a disadvantage in the use of certain toys, the document says.
They may need a special harness to hold a toy, a different color or different color toy to be able see what they are playing with.
If they are not able to do so, it may be difficult for them to see the toys in their environment and to get the toy they are looking for, the reports says.
For these reasons, it’s best to talk with your child and work with them to find the toy that best suits their child’s abilities.
For example, some toys are not meant to be played on the ground and they can be used in a different way than a toy like a ball, which is meant to go over the child.
Other toys can also need a different harness to be placed under the child and be easily accessible to them.
Parents should also consider whether a toy can be worn over their own body or a doll.
This is especially important for children with Aspergers or autism, who are more prone to muscle tension and difficulty sitting down, the guidance says.