Whether you have a child with special needs that would love to have a doll that they can identify with or your teaching children about special needs this accessories is perfect for them. Walking stick not incluced.SACERS:
Cultural Awareness 5.1 "Many multicultural materials that reflect the diversity of peoples." (at least 4 easily visible examples including types of diversity other than gender.) Pg. 33
ITERS-R: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.1 "Many books, pictures, and materials showing diversity (Ex. people of different races, cultures, ages, abilities, and gender in non-stereotyping roles)." (Puppets count as materials.) Pg. 45
ECCERS-3: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.3 "Classroom materials include at least 4 of the 5 types of diversity (race, culture, age, ability, and non-traditional gender role)."
ECCERS-3: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.2 "At least 10 easily visible positive examples of diversity, with at least 1 example in each of the following: books, displayed pictures, and accessible play materials." (you can consider puppets and block play accessories. Do not include anything credited in 5.1. books should be recognizable by covers.) Pg. 64 & 65
FCCERS-R: Dramatic Play 7.1 "Materials accessible to represent diversity diversity (Ex. dolls representing different races/cultures; equipment used by people of different cultures or with disabilities.) Pg. 42
FCCERS-R: Promoting Acceptance of Diversity 5.2 "At least 4 examples of props representing various races/cultures accessible for use in dramatic play (Ex. Dolls of different races; ethnic clothing; cooking and eating utensils from various cultural groups)." Must show no violence or stereotypes. Pg. 50 & 51