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Àngels Taylor designs children’s toys to promote inclusivity and understanding of disability. Originally from Barcelona, she lives in Co Dublin with her husband and two daughters

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"Inclusive toys can influence children positively from an early age." Little AngelRose Harvey Doll Rattan Wheelchair, €124.95

"Inclusive toys can influence children positively from an early age." Little AngelRose Harvey Doll Rattan Wheelchair, €124.95

Àngels Taylor

Àngels Taylor

Miniland blond boy and girl dolls with Down syndrome, stocked by Little AngelRose at €37.90 each.

Miniland blond boy and girl dolls with Down syndrome, stocked by Little AngelRose at €37.90 each.

Little AngelRose Ivy doll rattan tall bassinet, €119.95, and high chair, €95,95.

Little AngelRose Ivy doll rattan tall bassinet, €119.95, and high chair, €95,95.

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"Inclusive toys can influence children positively from an early age." Little AngelRose Harvey Doll Rattan Wheelchair, €124.95

The toy wheelchair was one of the first things I designed for my business, Little AngelRose. It’s a way to introduce a wheelchair into your home, your child’s mind, and your child’s play.

To develop compassion and understanding that people have different challenges, inclusive toys can influence children positively from an early age. It’s about education through play, which means that when a child then sees someone in a wheelchair, they don’t point and wonder why, which can make everyone feel bad. It’s also important for children who have a disability or use a wheelchair to have toys that actually represent their real lives.


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