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Our Mission

Warner’s Corner’s mission is to help give the differently-abled “wings and a compass” so that they may successfully pursue their own life path. Warner’s Corner is designed to support families with these extraordinary individuals by providing a virtual “corner” to exchange thoughts and offer support as well as to provide resources to help their differently-successful member develop the skills that they ultimately need to earn their “wings”.

We invite all those who care deeply about the differently-able to gather at Warner’s Corner. We support parents, educators, and therapists in their passion and persistence to inspire the people whose lives they touch. We are dedicated to presenting exciting toys designed to arouse curiosity and encourage FUN.

Thank you for stopping by Warner’s Corner!  We look forward to your next visit soon.

 

About Us

Laura Hathaway, mompreneur, differently-abled toy advocate, and founder of Warner’s Corner Toys, lives in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan with husband Peter and daughter Katie and their two miniature schnauzers, Molly and Kenzie.

She proudly serves on the Down Syndrome Guild of Southeast Michigan’s board of directors and volunteers at United Cerebral Palsy Association of Metro Detroit, The Children’s Center and the Autism Alliance of Michigan.  She also contributes to digital magazines in the differently-able community.

Media

 

JoAnne Purtan, co-anchor of Action News at noon and 5 PM and the “Mom’s A Genius” reporter, featured Warner’s Corner Toys on her July 6th and 7th broadcasts.

 

 

Check out her interview on PBS’ “A Wider World”!

 Click here to order your own Lollacup or our other fabulous toys!

 

 

Listen to Jackie Balestra of the South Bay show interview Laura about the importance of toys to special needs children during a disaster.

 

Join us as Stefan Kobler of WJR’s “Ready, Set, Go! All Things Autism” interviews Laura about Warner’s Corner Toys’ unique toys and resources for differently-able kids.

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