Boy with disability plays with Kmart's new Doll range which promotes ...

'She's like me!' Adorable moment disabled boy, 5, hugs his new Kmart 'diversity doll' which has thick glasses and walks with a cane just like him Emma Evert, from Brisbane, shared photos of her son playing with diversity dolls  Harlen has septo-optic dysplasia, which means he's legally blind and uses a cane Kmart released Dolls which promote diversity for kids with disabilities The range includes dolls who are blind, deaf, have bionic leg, are in a wheelchair 

By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:46 BST, 19 September 2020 | Updated: 02:46 BST, 19 September 2020

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A proud mum says her disabled son was thrilled to receive a doll that had disabilities just like him.  

Emma Evert, from Brisbane, said her vision-impaired son Harlen was delighted after getting a Kmart diversity doll with thick glasses and a cane.

Harlen has septo-optic dysplasia, which means he is legally blind and is developmentally delayed. He also uses a cane to help him walk.

Harlen is legally blind and uses a cane to help him walk

He is excited for Kmart's new Fashion Doll range

Emma Evert from Brisbane said her vision-impaired son Harlen was thrilled when he was gifted a toy that had a 'disability' just like him 

Harlen, five, plays with the new Fashion Doll from Kmart which promotes diversity

Harlen, five, plays with the new Doll from Kmart which promotes diversity

Kmart Australia has released a range of dolls with disabilities, including ones that are blind, deaf, on crutches, in a wheelchair or have a bionic leg

Kmart Australia has released a range of dolls with disabilities, including ones that are blind, deaf, on crutches, in a wheelchair or have a bionic leg

'She has fluffy hair and a cane and glasses like me!' an excited Harlen told A Current Affair. 

'I was a little bit emotional, it's something different that I haven't seen before,' Ms Evert said.

'He did a big squeal, he was super excited and he said 'it's got a cane like me mum, how does it even have a

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