New Lego Therapy to Help Build Communication

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The idea is that using Legos will encourage children to have more meaningful interaction and communication with their peers. Children with autism are often attracted to this kind of toy because it’s systematic, and building with them uses elements of predictability in a highly structured way. Continue reading

Seven Ways to Use Play-Based Therapy with Your Child

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A number of different therapies can be beneficial to improving the social and motor skills of an autistic child. Some examples include Applied Behavioral Analysis and Pivotal Response Training. Methods that include your child’s favorite playtime activities can be effective for … Continue reading