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Nemorize / Toy for specially-abled kids


Nemorize is specially designed for kids with cerebral palsy and intellectual disabilities, to memorize the phone number of their parents and learn basic numerical, while they play. It helps in strengthening the muscles required for a pincer grip and improves the focus of the kid, which is important for a kid with CP. The number sticks are of different lengths and diameters, which will induce varied difficulty levels for the kids to perform the task. This toy is available as a template and can be lasercut and assembled. Nemorize can also be used by toddlers to memorize the phone number and learn basic math like addition and subtraction.


National Institute of Design

National Institute of Design
Ahmedabad, India

Shubham Yadav,
National Institute of Design