Just like with other kids, it is important for children with autism to also learn to play and interact with their peers, which they usually find difficult to do. Play therapy is an interactive and fun way of helping them feel comfortable, and communicate better, along with build their other important cognitive and sensory faculties.
exploration, understanding and expression of emotions,
thoughts and feelings channelized in an appropriate way. Read more
benefit my child with
of young children, who often find it simpler to express
themselves better through play activities than through
verbal communication. Read more
for my child and who should I
do it from?
that can easily be tailored according to each child's
needs and requirements. Read more
closely with the play therapist and occupational
therapist to find methods that work well
for their children. Read more