This website gives ideas for games and toys that can be used to practise movements that children with hemiplegia find difficult - providing a fun way to get the two hands busy working together.
The games and toys can be played with an adult at home or in any other setting you choose. This can be used to supplement any more formal therapy your child is receiving. However, the games and toys could also be used as part of your child’s therapy programme. We are happy for parents, therapists and others to use these materials.
You can explore the background to this website and look at our suggestions for set-up for play. Or you can go straight to the ideas for toys and games, which you can download for free. We also have a glossary to explain terms (with videos), and links to other relevant sites, as well as some information about who we are and what we do.