LEGO® Therapy: How to Build Connections with Autism – One Brick at a Time – Autism Parenting Magazine

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          Autism Parenting Magazine is a very helpful source of information and resources for parents of children on the autism spectrum. This post shares ideas of how to integrate the use of Legos–one of the great creative inventions of all time– for  working with these young people. It is a very useful introduction to research on and the use of Lego Therapy from an occupational therapy perspective.

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“Invented by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, the family owned LEGO® Group was founded in 1932, much to the delight of millions of children and adults throughout the world. What we recognize as the modern day LEGO® brick was introduced in 19581.  LEGO® combines two Danish words. “leg godt,” which means play well1. The fundamental premise of LEGO® […]”

Source: LEGO® Therapy: How to Build Connections with Autism – One Brick at a Time – Autism Parenting Magazine

Courtesy of PlayDrMom

Courtesy of PlayDrMom

13988244_1268536046504320_203658918922012222_oThe Creative Apothecary Believes in the Power of Play for All Children!

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