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Join UCP and Toys ‘R Us for a live Twitter chat on December 3 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST. Use the hashtag #ToysforAll to follow the conversation and ask questions about this season’s Toys R Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids, a toy selection resource for gifts for children with disabilities. Talk with representatives from UCP and the independent research firm which vets all of the guide’s toys. The free guide is available in Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores, as well as online in English and Spanish. Read more about the toy guide on UCP’s blog.
“The wheels on my chair go round and round” and “The brake on my chair goes back and forth” are lyrics from Sesame Street’s “The Wheels Go Round” song that share the importance of inclusion for children of all abilities. United Cerebral Palsy honored Sesame Street’s 45th anniversary and commitment to inclusion today by sharing a clip of the song on Facebook. Check out the video and see along!
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