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Toys"R"Us releases their Differently-Abled Toy Guide, with Eva Longoria

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This week, fans and consumers will see her appear alongside her newest co-star, Elijah De La Cerda, a 5-year-old boy with Down syndrome from Fresno, CA, on the cover of the Toys“R”Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids. This complimentary toy-selection resource for parents and caregivers of children with special needs is now available in Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us stores nationwide. A digital version of the Guide is also available online at Toysrus.com/DifferentlyAbled in English and Spanish.

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(Find your Houston Area Toys”R”Us here and get your copy today!)

Inspired by her sister, Liza, who was born with developmental disabilities, Eva Longoria created Eva’s Heroes in 2006, a nonprofit organization based in San Antonio that provides an inclusive environment for individuals with special needs to interact and learn with their peers.

Now, with the launch of the Guide, Eva has the opportunity to further lend her support to the special needs community. With this resource, parents can easily find a special selection of everyday toys for kids of all abilities to play with alongside siblings and friends, while building critical developmental skills through the power of play.

Don’t miss out on the behind the scenes photo slideshow and the exclusive video on the left of this story!

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