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Founder and Chief Executive Offic...

Fun and Function LLC
P.O. Box 11
Merion Station , Pennsylvania 19066
United States

Company Description: Fun and Function is committed to providing affordable, educational and therapeutic toys and equipment for all children including those with special needs. We offer...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • MS
  • Masters , Occupational Therapy
    The Richard Stockton College
  • B.S. , Psychology
    Touro College
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Aviva Weiss; MS, OTR/L, President at ..., 3 Aug 2014 [cached]
Aviva Weiss; MS, OTR/L, President at Fun and Function
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Aviva Weiss, MS, OTR/L, Founder and CEO
Aviva launched Fun and Function along with her husband Haskel in 2005, with the vision of realizing every child's potential.
Aviva has successfully expanded the company to a broad customer base of families, schools, clinics and hospitals. Aviva is sought-after for her expertise in creating inclusive environments where all children thrive together, and has collaborated with a developmental pediatrician to guide children's museums toward improving experiences for children with special needs. Aviva has also worked at leading institutions including Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and St. Christopher's Hospital. She earned her B.S. in Psychology from Touro College and her Masters in Occupational Therapy from The Richard Stockton College, graduating summa cum laude from both programs. Aviva thrives on the challenges of running a business, and loves being the mom of six wonderful children.
Aviva has been featured in Inc.
Haskel co-founded Fun and Function together with his wife Aviva in 2005.
Launched in 2005 by pediatric occupational therapist, Aviva Weiss and her husband, Haskel, Fun and Function LLC has been lauded for "normalizing" the experience of being different, and helping children achieve their fullest potential.
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Aviva Weiss
Aviva Weiss
Meet our June 2013 mom of the month, Aviva Weiss, founder of Fun and Function, a company that produces toys and therapy equipment for children with special needs.
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Aviva Weiss
Aviva Weiss
Meet our June 2013 mom of the month, Aviva Weiss, founder of Fun and Function, a company that produces toys and therapy equipment for children with special needs.
The noises, smells and crowds can ..., 25 July 2013 [cached]
The noises, smells and crowds can be overwhelming and send a child with autism into sensory overload, said Aviva Weiss, a mom of six and an occupational therapist in Merion Station, Pa. Weiss is also the founder of Fun and Function, a company that designs toys and therapy equipment for children with special needs.
"If families are going to be doing something different from what they usually do, those changes can be difficult for kids with sensory difficulties and autism," Weiss said.
Some families may choose to avoid the festivities, opting to watch fireworks online or on television instead, and have a quiet celebration at home. That's fine, Weiss said.
"Every family has to make the decision that is best for them," Weiss said.
"If you discuss it [with your child] beforehand and say, 'It's okay if you get scared or sad or anxious, and I'm going to help you,' you're already mitigating it a lot by letting your child know you are there for him," Weiss said.
Here are some of Weiss's suggestions for enjoying the holiday with a child with sensory difficulties.
Prepare and practice. Talk about exactly what you will be doing: getting in the car, taking a picnic, eating, watching fireworks, walking back to the car, waiting in traffic and any other details you can think of. The more your child knows what to expect, Weiss said, the better he will likely respond.
"Having choices is very empowering," Weiss said.
Weiss suggests having your child be in charge of taking pictures at the event or passing out food. Having a task can help him feel like he is in control of something.
"Your child may have a meltdown and other people may look at you," Weiss said.
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