LEGO® Therapy was created by psychologist Daniel LeGoff, and established as a group intervention to promote social competence in children with autism and related conditions.
This half day course looks at how the structure of LEGO® Therapy can be differentiated to meet the needs of a wide range of communcation needs.
Delegates will have a brief introduction to the origins, aims and benefits of LEGO® Therapy, before working through a number of practical tasks that show the diversity of using these popular building blocks to support all areas of speech, language and communication skills.
Understand the building blocks of speech, language and communication skills.
Learn about the origins and principles of LEGO® Therapy.
Develop practical skills in using LEGO® - based therapy techniques to support children with a wide range of speech, language and communication needs.
Take away “ready to go” ideas for working with small groups and individuals.
|Date||Friday 1st October 2021|
|Time||9.15am - 12.30pm|
|Location||4 Stable Yard, Middlewood Green, IP14 5HG|
|Suitability||Early Years / KS1 -3, SENCOs, Class Teachers, TAs
|Booking Deadline||2 weeks prior to the course
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