Welcome to Lovevery’s Disability Specialist Service

Welcome to Lovevery’s Disability Specialist Service

Lovevery’s Play Kits subscription is based on a child’s developmental stage; however, many children are on their own developmental timelines. We’re launching a Disability Specialist Service to help more families find Lovevery play essentials to support their child’s needs.

Our Disability Specialist Service connects you with experts who understand child development, disabilities, neurodiversity, special needs, and learning exceptionalities—and who know Lovevery’s offerings inside-and-out. By providing inclusive personalized guidance, we can help you choose the Play Kits, Playthings, books, and parental learning resources that will best support your child.

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Access the Lovevery Disability Specialist Service

The Disability Specialist Service is available at no cost or obligation to you.

Getting started is easy: fill out the short form below to tell us about your child. Our Disability Specialist will connect with you within two weeks to ensure your child’s developmental timeline and interests are understood, supported, and respected.

Caregiver First Name

Caregiver Email Address

Child's Name

Caregiver Last Name

Where do you live?

Child's Birth Date/Due Date/ Adjusted

Birth Date (Optional)

Additional Comments (Optional)

Access the Lovevery Disability Specialist Service

The Disability Specialist Service is available at no cost or obligation to you.

Getting started is easy: fill out the short form below to tell us about your child. Our Disability Specialist will connect with you within two weeks to ensure your child’s developmental timeline and interests are understood, supported, and respected.

Caregiver First Name

Caregiver Last Name

Caregiver Email Address

Where Do You Live?

Child's Name

Child's Birth Date/Due Date/ Adjusted

Birth Date (Optional)

Additional Comments (Optional)

Lovevery gives families a support system for early child development with expert-designed play essentials and resources. Our research-backed approach encourages cognitive, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, and social skills—all through the joy of play.

We know Lovevery play essentials are also used by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and educators in many therapies to support children with all kinds of needs.

“I love using Lovevery items to help children communicate during Speech Language Therapy sessions. The Wooden Emotion Dolls are a huge favourite —they’re tactile and funny, and a great prompt for little ones to express their big emotions!”

Rachel Coley, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Lovevery gives families a support system for early child development with expert-designed play essentials and resources. Our research-backed approach encourages cognitive, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, and social skills—all through the joy of play.

We know Lovevery play essentials are also used by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and educators in many therapies to support children with all kinds of needs.

“I love using Lovevery items to help children communicate during Speech Language Therapy sessions. The Wooden Emotion Dolls are a huge favourite —they’re tactile and funny, and a great prompt for little ones to express their big emotions!”

Rachel Coley, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Meet the Lovevery Disability Expert Council