Q&A: where would start to develop a board game for hearing inpaired kids?

Question by lindiejon: where would start to develop a board game for hearing inpaired kids?
Hi,
My son has high frequency deafness so we struggle alot with reading he basically hears like he is under water , at a bad drive through speaker. He does not hear constants. I have come up with a game I use to help him with his reading and would like to market it, problem where would one start to get the board and box and game pieces made and how would you market it. Thanks in advance for your answer. Lindie

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Answer by kingcarolyn70
Try to build a prototype yourself. It’s sounds like you already have it so try to look up inventor sites on the Internet. I believe there is a patent office where you can check also. Marketing is hard work. Most times people try to sell it on their own door to door or through friends or work. You can also ask special needs schools if they would be willing to let you test it out on the kids they teach and maybe you can get started that way. I think starting with places that cater to your son’s disability and variations of it would be a super place to start.
Best of luck in your endeavor.

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