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Showing the way for accessible play and learning

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All children learn through play; they use toys as learning tools. Toys offer the reward of fun, enabling children with disabilities to learn new skills, which focuses on abilities rather than disabilities.


What is the Toy Library?

The Toy Library is a mobile program, designed to serve you in your own community. Our librarian travels throughout the County, using libraries, churches, recreation centers, Boys & Girls Clubs and other sites as meeting places.



County-wide meeting sites are located in:

Meeting Sites
  • El Cajon
  • National City
  • Southeast San Diego
  • North Park
  • Lemon Grove

  • Chula Vista
  • San Marcos

Families can also visit the Toy Library office at
6162 Mission Gorge Road, Suite F, at pre-arranged times.

Toy Library: How Does It Work?

The Toy Library loans instructional toys to families who have children with disabilities. Toy check-out sessions usually occur every two weeks. In each visit to the Toy Library site or office, toys and their uses are demonstrated for each child. Parents then select, and check out the most appropriate toys for their child for a two week period. The librarian also assists parents with learning how to play with their children to develop cognitive, physical, emotional and social skills.

Who Is Eligible?

Children with any type of disability with a developmental age from birth to five years may enroll in the program. Enrollment is simple! There are no income eligibility requirements for participation. There is a $20.00 annual fee for program participants.

Families interested in participating in this unique and beneficial program may call UCP and ask for the Toy Library Coordinator at (858) 278-5420 or e-mail at

Click here for the Toy Library Registration Form and Rules.

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What is the Software Library?

The Software Library loans computer software to children with disabilities, age 18 months to 10 years. The Library provides assistance to parents on selecting software that will aid in the child's development.

How Does It Work?

Software is checked out to take home for two weeks. Upon returning the software, participants may check out another software program. Participants are required to fill out a registration form, sign a loan agreement, and pay an annual fee of $20.00. Software may be obtained by appointment or through Toy Library deliveries. For more information, call UCP and ask for the Software Library Coordinator at (858) 278-5420 or e-mail to

Click here to download the Software Library Registration Form.

Who Is Eligible?

Children with any type of disability with a developmental age of 18 months to 10 years are eligible to participate.