Lego Club for Children with ASD Ages 8 to 12
A 6 Week Social Skills Experience for Children with High Functioning Autism
Lego-Based Therapy is a collaborative play therapy in which children work together to build Lego models. Instead of building Lego sets by themselves, children work in pairs or teams of three or more. Key social experiences such as collaboration, joint attention, joint accomplishment, division of labor, sharing, turn-taking, eye-contact, gaze-following, verbal communication and nonverbal communication are emphasized and coached by the Lego-Based Therapy staff.
This is an application form, not a registration form. Participants must have a set of prerequisite skills in order to participate. You will be notified of acceptance into the program via email.
Please note that the club is designed to have participants interact with each other to help build social skills. As such, parents and siblings are not permitted to stay in the room.