Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Moosh-Moosh is a Great Gift Choice for Children with Autism

Children are so different from one another and so are their needs. Even when choosing a gift. For those with loved ones on the autism spectrum, buying the right sensory toy is especially important.  Autism Live interactive webshow has just released their annual Holiday Toy Guide. The 2019 Top Sensory Toy/Gift is Moosh-Moosh plushies.

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Download our guide and take it to the store,” recommended Autism Live host Shannon Penrod, a mom of a teen on the spectrum, during last year’s holiday guide webcast. The 2019 Autism Live Toy & Gift Guide will be featured at www.Autism-Live.com starting November 1.

A recommended autism toy can help a child build essential developmental skills as they play. They are safe, durable, and work well in the home, classroom, or in a therapy center. Sensory toys may help children with autism focus, calm down in stressful situations, or relax.

“This is huge,” emailed Sean Price, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer of Moosh-Moosh parent company MMG Brands to his staff. “We are the world’s softest plushie, adored by kids, tweens, teens and college co-eds. This 2019 Autism Live Top Sensory Toy/Gift Award fortifies all of the reasons why we offer the soft fabric characters that bring pleasure and comfort to so many.”

About 1 in 59 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control. ASD is about 4 times more common among boys than among girls. And it is reported to occur in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.

9 comments:

  1. Great that it can give them comfort indeed.

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  2. A toy that can calm them is a plus.
    That many kids have at least a touch of autism? We really need to find out what causes it.

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  3. I think that a sensory toy is great for a lot of kids! And adults actually! I could use a toy to squish at times.

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  4. More than a great idea. Excellent.

    Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥

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  5. I will have to try this for my son. I know he likes fidgets and squishies. This might be good for him too.

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  6. That is a precious creation. Autistic children are very tactical, and this would be ideal.

    I have a nephew who is autistic. My sister was/is a tiger for him. She fought for every intervention possible. He graduated from university with a degree in forestry.He works at a job where co-workers respect him.

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  7. I think it's great that there are toys like this that can bring comfort to children with autism. The little girl across the street used to love coming to my house to play with our Little People. I would have totally stocked up on these for her too. She's a teen now and doesn't come over any longer, but I bet she'd love Moosh Moosh toys. I'll have to let her mom know about them.

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  8. My cousin's son is on the spectrum. Then I have a neighbor that has 2 kids that are on the spectrum. It's hard! It's great they make toys, blankets, sheets and more that help!

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