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Toy sellers and makers offer more options for autistic kids
by Joseph PisanI, AP Business Writer
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22 December 2016
On 22 December 2016 The Associated Press reported:
Toy stores, with bright lights, loud sounds, and crowded aisles, can be hard to manage for children with autism or other sensory issues. For parents, finding toys that match their kids' skill sets and will hold their attention can be a process of trial and error. Big toy sellers and specialists are both trying to provide some better options.
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