Posted October 28, 2018 06:01:11A cute ring may not sound like much, but if it helps your child learn about the world and the important things in life, it can make all the difference.
It can also help him or her find the right kind of activity, like playing with a friend.
A cute ring is also a great gift for parents who have a baby who has autism or learning disabilities.
It’s an idea developed in the United States by the Association of American Nurses for the Deaf.
The ring is a way to connect children with their peers, said Julie Tompkins, who developed the idea and helped start the association.
When a child with autism or a learning disability is sitting at a table, it’s often hard for them to figure out what to do.
Tompkin said a ring that fits their needs could be a great way to introduce them to others.
“Kids need a way of talking and understanding with others, so a ring can help them do that,” she said.
The association is developing a ring for families with children with autism.
It was created by the company Mimi and Associates.
The idea is to make the ring the centerpiece of their home.
The rings can be attached to an electrical device, a game board, a video game console, a table or any other place where children can talk and interact with others.
They can also be used to keep kids busy while they learn, like by teaching them how to make and share crafts or learning games.
Parents can get a sample ring at Mimi & Associates.
They are also offering a limited-edition ring for a $20 donation.
To learn more about the ring, visit www.mimiandassociates.com.