o Discover More Anxiety Management Special Needs Resources stocks a wide range of products to assist with anxiety management and distraction. o Sensory Processing Issues Special Needs Resources stocks a wide range of products that may assist those diagnosed with SPD. Discover More o Cognitive Development Special Needs Resources stocks a wide range of products to assist with your child’s cognitive development . Discover More
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Skills

Our aim is to provide "Products with a Purpose" that aide in promoting skill development for our customers. Whether it is gross motor, cognitive, fine motor, oral or educational we have the products for you.

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Challenges

Special Needs Resources aim at providing products that help our customers face their challenges, physically, emotionally and cognitively.

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Brands

We stock reputable brands from leading manufacturers to provide products that can assist in addressing special needs challenges. We are always expanding our ranges to meet our clients needs.

Special Needs Resources & Sensory Toys

Special Needs Resources is dedicated to providing a wide range of high quality “products with a purpose” designed to assist people of all ages to reach their potential. 

We offer sensory toys and sensory tools designed to help improve the quality of life of families and kids with special and additional needs. This includes sensory tools for autism and other autism resources to help with an individual’s development. 

Our range includes items such as anxiety toys and therapy toys which may be suitable for those with physical, sensory , communication or cognitive challenges.

We source the best quality resources from local and overseas suppliers to assist in the management of learning, behavioural and developmental issues.

Special Needs Resources is a family-owned and run company based in Sydney. We ship daily all over Australia and our friendly staff are always available to assist you.

Our range assists individuals, families, schools, pre-schools, NDIS participants, therapists, hospitals and government bodies.

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Chewing, Speech and Oral Toys

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Educational Colours

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Art & Craft Resources

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Anxiety Management and Visual Therapy

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Learning Resources

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Fine Motor and Dexterity

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Fun Stuff

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B. Toys By Battat

sensory development toys

Sensory Sensations

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Learning Can be Fun

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Games and Puzzles

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Auditory Stimulations

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Motor skills are a broad range of muscle movements that allow us to perform regular tasks. Broadly, motor skills can be divided into two categories: fine motor skills, and gross motor skills. This guide will be focused on gross motor skills, which involve the coordination of large muscle groups. As parents, we are always looking …

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Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew

AUTISM I recently came across an article TEN THINGS EVERY CHILD WITH AUTISM WISHES YOU KNEW © (2005 ELLEN NOTBOHM).  It was an interesting read that discussed how far our understanding of autism has progressed in light of new knowledge and research. Once thought “incurable”, those diagnosed with autism have shown that there is potential …

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Best preparation for school and learning to read

My sister is a Speech Pathologist. With school starting, she had a message for parents. No one teaches you this stuff – when it comes to.parenting we have a baby and we do the best we can and know. This message won’t be relevant to everyone given we have a community where there may be …

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