Play Therapy/Floor time

Typically, developing children use play to build physical and social skills, to try on different personalities, characters and to forge friendships. Since autistic children play in different ways, play therapy techniques can help provide similar opportunities to connect more fully with parents and guardians.
– is a tool for helping autistic children, who are more likely to play alone, in repetitive patterns, and in activities that limit the chance to learn through play and explore their own abilities or interests.

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