Play is crucial for the physical, social–communication and emotional development of a child. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are commonly limited in their play skills. Parents may also observe stereotypical behaviors during playtime as the child displays a repetitive style of play such as spinning or tapping across different toys.
During this talk, our Lead Behavior Therapist, Dominic Leong, will:
explore and discuss how we can help your child develop appropriate play skills
share the importance of age-appropriate toys or play and ideas to develop an interest in play