Assistive devices are essential in functional independence of persons with disabilities. Unfortunately most of the devices are very expensive and this make life complicated for most of the families in our community. In our day care center, we receive many children affected by neuro-developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Children affected by these conditions are vulnerable to positioning and posture problems that require an assistive device to help in proper positioning. In order to find solutions to this challenging gap, we have initiated an activity to produce assistive devices from the cardboard using the Appropriate Paper based Technology (APT). The making of the APT devices was introduced in 2016 and many children have benefited from this affordable initiative. APT has been one of the essential solution to children with neuro-developmental disabilities in our community. For example, the center produces special chairs, standing frame and corner seat. The parents are educated on the use of the device and they can take it home to be used in daily family and community life. On another side, we also work with local carpenters to make wooden devices in accordance to instructions provided by a therapist. The local carpenter has been empowered to produce walking aids, which help children learning to walk. Also, during family visits, our therapists try to find home based remedies to address challenges that children with disabilities face at home. For example, if a child need a parallel bars to learn walk, the therapist help parents designing one for the child, and this can boost his ability to function in a standing position. Some other assistive devices might be designed as well depending on the need of the child and available resources to make the devices. The overall principle is to use locally available materials and resources.