‘Integrated Play Groups’ help children with autism

27 octubre 2014

‘Integrated Play Groups,’ which focus on collaborative rather than adult-directed play, are successful in teaching children with autism the skills needed to engage in symbolic play and to interact with their typically developing peers, according to new research. The new study offers hope to parents and providers of children with autism who are helping those children learn how to socialize.
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