This entrepreneurial Irish-owned company is committed to open up opportunities for people with learning and social difficulties to work in a dynamic corporate setting, and future growth in the business will translate directly into more supported jobs.
Online PR News – 15-May-2011 – – This entrepreneurial Irish-owned company is committed to open up opportunities for people with learning and social difficulties to work in a dynamic corporate setting, and future growth in the business will translate directly into more supported jobs.
With the Christmas season fast approaching, we are all facing into our annual shopping spree, evoking feelings of fun and festivities with a hint of stress. However, help is at hand in the form of a new website being launched today, BIG ELF TOYS.IE, which is designed to assist parents and other present-buyers in navigating through the maze of educational toys available on the market.
Big Elf Toys is an interactive portal providing expert guidance on learning and developmental products for young children. This unique website engages an Occupational Therapist, more familiar as Amy the Elf, who has rigorously researched, reviewed and recommended toys which stimulate the full range of skill sets and senses developed by children throughout the various formative stages. The toys are suited to kids of all abilities and ages up to 8 years, and the range tends to test multiple rather than single attributes.
Detailed specifications which accompany the gaming, puzzle, soft and wooden wares allow the user to identify specific activities for a child to focus on, for example: balance; motor co-ordination; social and sensory skills; problem solving; and colour, shape and letter recognition to name but a few. And a dedicated blog provides a direct line of communication to the professional therapist who can offer further first-hand advice, assistance and information on all aspects of the toys.
Big Elf Toys was established in May 2010 as a supported employment initiative and currently has a number of staff with learning and social difficulties working behind the scenes. These personnel have been specially trained in the order and administration processes required in the warehousing and technology sector and adhere to strict quality control procedures.