Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Mother's Care Sparks Business

CHICAGO --As an occupational therapist, Aviva Weiss often spotted shortcomings in toys aimed at special-needs kids. It wasn't until her own daughter was slow to develop that she did something about it, eventually building a thriving business.
"There's no reason why parents shouldn't have products that don't just help kids, but feel good, look good and are affordable," said Weiss, the 31-year-old founder of Fun and Function (, which sells everything from clothing to gym equipment and games for kids with developmental disabilities such as autism.

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