This paper aims to investigate relationships and possible developmental processes of a child through play. During the period of the activities the need to offer adapted and device-controlled toys has been highlighted. Research activities have been carried out by Special Education Services faculty (Atendimento Educacional Especializado - AEE) at a public school, with a 9-year-old student diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The activities have been video-recorded. In this work we present partial results of the activities undertaken to the date. Thus, it is possible to infer that the supply of toys adapted for the use of the trigger use allow for involvement and autonomy of the child within the act of playing and can foster the development of functions such as communication.