Sunday, December 15, 2019

This holiday season... make time for playtime!

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MaxiAids provides modified braille and tactile games so blind and sighted people, young and old, can enjoy interactive play-- together.  For those faced with visual impairment, MaxiAids offers hundreds of products to make entertainment inclusive and fun.



The power of play is essential to the soul...

When it comes to leisure time, playtime is so important to our overall happiness. Psychiatrist Stuart Brown, founder of the National Institute for Play in Carmel Valley, Calif. states, “Play is a basic human need essential to our well-being as sleep, so when we’re low on play, our minds and bodies notice.”

Bring back the fun and gather up friends and family for some interactive enjoyment to stimulate social activities inside and out of the home. "Staying Young at Heart: Why Adults Should be Playing More"

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From board games to playing cards, Bingo and chess, and beeping balls for blind sports activities, our games have braille or tactile pieces to help with low vision, visual impairment and other physical challenges.  MaxiAids has an extensive selection of unique games, toys and learning aids to bring social interaction and fun into the lives of those you love.  


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