Free Toys Program for Therapists Launched at ATLPlaytime

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Atlanta, GA, January 1st, 2007 - Free Toys for therapists to aid Child and Adult patients is launched by Georgia on-line Retailer to increase awareness of Developmental Disabilities.

ATLPlaytime today formally announced the launch of its Therapists Publication Program (TPP). The company will provide free therapy toys to qualified therapists around the country who are engaged in helping both children and adults struggling to overcome developmental or occupational challenges.

"We are well aware of the costs incurred by many independent therapists and clinics in obtaining products to aid their patients" states company President Barry Chickini. "Our goal is twofold … to provide the products free to those participating in the program and to use their experiences to help and inform others in the Therapy community".

As part of the program, ATPlaytime intends to expand its on-line presence with additional resource content. "We want to become more involved in promoting toys as tools for parents to use in educating their children, both those with and without challenges. Parents need to understand that 'play' is serious business in child development".

Last year, ATLPlaytime retained the services of Kristin Boatner OTR/L. Mrs. Boatner continues to research and write reviews on children's toys used in her therapy practice. Her articles regularly appear on the ATLPlaytime website and also the ATLPlaytime Blog at

"We have tried to make the program simple." says ATLPlaytime's Barry Chickini, "As a result we have kept the enrollment requirements and program details to a minimum. We are also building new websites in the coming year to better accommodate our product lines and to promote the program more efficiently."

The Therapists Publication Program is open to all professional therapists in the Continental United States. Details of the program are available at where interested parties may view or download complete details of the program.


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