The collection of toy and collectible items that could be used to help children with autism cope with anxiety and depression is just one of a number of items on display at the U.S.
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The U.N. Children’s Fund, a charity that aims to provide health, education and social services to children with disabilities, will exhibit a variety of items, including dolls, baby toys, and play equipment, at the collection.
The items, as well as other items on sale, are for sale by the U, S.A. and other retailers, and some are on sale for $15 each.
The collection, which has more than 200,000 pieces, is one of the largest collections of toys in the United States, according to U.C. Davis Children’s Library.
Its collection includes toys that were designed for adults but are designed for children, and toys for ages 1 to 8.
The items include dolls for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as well the items on the U., S. A. and U.P.
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Among the toys that are available for sale are Barbie, which is designed for girls and girls with ADHD, and the new “Boomerang” Barbie, designed for preschoolers.
The U. S.S., U. P.
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The children’s hospital in Bethesda has developed a toy for children on the autism spectrum that includes a special camera, a microphone, a hand-held radio and a camera for recording video.
It is called the Autism Spectrum Camera.
The toys in this collection are part of a program called The Autism Spectrum Workshop, which aims to create an inclusive environment for children.
A U.M.L.E. spokesman said the collection will continue to be sold and donated to schools.