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Teaching Play to Children with Autism:…

Teaching Play to Children with Autism: Practical Interventions using…

by Nicky Phillips

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This book provides parents and professionals with the answer to a simple question - How might I make a start on play? Identiplay is a launch pad to some of the best work I have seen in the area of play for children with autism' - Caroline Smith, Principal Educational Psychologist and International Trainer. Children on the autistic spectrum and those with specific communication disorders often demonstrate a difficulty in learning to play and a resulting isolation from their peers. The Identiplay intervention, based on the work of Beyer and Gammeltoft, promotes the development of social skills a.… (more)

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