Therapy toys for Ukrainian children

Therapy toys for Ukrainian children

From Edward Hughey

Special toys Hibuki for Ukrainian children that allow them to cope with the psychological traumas of war. We delivered the first 1000 toys to Ukraine. Now our goal is 10,000 therapy toys.

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Therapy toys for Ukrainian children

A lot of Ukrainian children survived the horrors of the war, they hid in bomb shelters from artillery shelling, woke up from explosions and sirens. In order to return to normal life, they need psychological help. In order to rehabilitate children who suffered psychological trauma during the war, a Hibuki toy was invented in Israel in 2006.

Hibuki is a stuffed dog with a sad face and very long arms. The children are told that Hibuki is in the same plight as themselves, so she is so sad and needs to be comforted. The idea is to transfer the child's emotions to the toy and give the child a certain degree of control. When children play with Hibiki, they receive psychological therapy. The method based on the game helps children quickly cope with stress and returns them to normal life.

We delivered 1000 toys to Ukraine and distributed them in just a few days. Orphanages, psychological rehabilitation centers, ordinary citizens ask us for more such toys. Now our goal is to bring 10,000 Hibuki toys to Ukraine. To do this, we need at least $100,000.

Ukrainian children need psychological help!

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