PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  A first-ever for the Lego company.  It’s unveiling a new figure of a boy in a wheelchair.  The figure will be available in June, but it’s on display now at the Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany.

A Lego figure in a wheelchair is pictured at the Lego booth on January 28, 2016 in Nuernberg during the 67th International Toy Fair. / AFP / dpa / Daniel Karmann / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

A Lego figure in a wheelchair is pictured at the Lego booth on January 28, 2016 in Nuernberg during the 67th International Toy Fair. / AFP / dpa / Daniel Karmann / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

According to Lego News Blog Promo Bricks, the “long overdue” minifigure is part of a 15 piece set featuring “urban residents” and includes a family, four children and a baby.

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(Photo credit DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

Organizations such as #ToyLikeMe had pushed for the Lego company to better represent children with disabilities.  According to founder Rebecca Atkinson, there’s a distinct lack of toys that embody the 150 million disabled children around the world.

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