Students hold TOY DRIVE

 

Toys to Facilitate ALL the Senses

Sponsored by: MSOT & SOTA CLUBS

April 28 – May 9, 2014

Please place your donations in the blue box at the entrance of the food court, East Greenwich Campus. 

This toy drive was created to collect toys to send overseas with the Therapy Missions Organization.

Example of toys:

Tactile toys, Sound toys, Fidget toys / Stress balls, Stuffed animals, Yoga balls, Putty, Play dough, Blankets, Beanbags, Learning toys.

“According to the book The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz M.D. Sensory Processing Disorder can affect how a child processes sensory information, which than makes it hard for children to function in their daily life (play, make friends, learn, live ).”

For more information about Sensory Process Disorder visit: http://www.spdfoundation.net/about-sensory-processing-disorder.html

For more information about Therapy Missions visit: http://www.therapymissions.org

The message below is being sent on behalf of the Occupational Therapy student clubs.