Donate to a family in need
Below are therapy items that are needed for families that can't afford them.
If it is not too big of a burden for your family, please consider donating one or more of the following items.
Items can be mailed to:
Attn: Amygdala Co, Donations Dept.
110 N High St Suite 3,
Belleville IL, 62220
Need to contact us? email@example.com
Play-doh helps children develop fine motor skills, enhances imagination, and permits children to have a creative outlet. Click for the item link
Magna tiles are supportive creative play toys for children offering building opportunities & open-ended play. They also increase children's frustration tolerance, mental flexibility, and critical thinking skills. Click here for the item link
Baby dolls allow children to practice taking care of "loved ones" by swaddling & rocking, feeding them, and changing their clothes. Here children can gain empathy by experiencing another role, such as a pretend mom, dad, etc. click here for the item link
Lincoln logs teach children about shapes, buildings, design, and construction. They also help children increase fine motor skills, attention to detail, and hand-eye coordination. Click here for item link
Coloring helps children improve fine motor skills, develop writing language, and helps to train our brains to focus.
Sensory Bead Curtain
Sensory bead curtains help children understand spatial relationships, develop and strengthen fine motor skills, and is a good soothing activity to regain control and focus.
Wooden Building Blocks
Wooden blocks are a great alternative to screen time. Wooden blocks help children enhance social and fine motor skills, strengthens hand-eye coordination, encourages creativity and out side of the box thinking.
Train sets help children develop fine motor skills by keeping the trains on course, navigating obstacles and enhancing imaginative play.
Wooden Block Stacking
Wooden block stacking helps children improve find motor skills and manual dexterity, hand eye coordination, problem solving skills, patience, non-verbal reasoning, sensory learning, structural awareness, etc.
Painting is a sensory experience that helps children develop motor skills, convey ideas, express emotion, and build self esteem.
Playing with play food allows children to further enhance fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, and consciously or subconsciously understand grasping and holding objects.
Pineapple & Potato Heads
Pineapple & potato heads help children comprehend body part recognition, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and creative play.
Writing helps children develop their fine motor skills, cognitive growth, and organizational abilities.
Snap Bead Jewelry
Snap bead jewelry sweetens fine motor skills, grasping, and creativity.
Coloring books strengthen fine motor skills, encourages focus, and stimulate creativity.
Coloring pencils help children enrich fine motor skills, strengthen grasping abilities, and promotes creativity.
Markers help children augment fine motor skills, reinforce grasping proficiency, and promote imagination.
Coloring paper bolsters fine motor skills, motivates focus, and boosts creativity.
Scissors help children increase fine motor skills, support grasping proficiency, and promote vision.