The autism show.

I’m going to be attending the Autism show this year, (see here for more details). Two of the workshops that I’m particularly interested in are 

Lego therapy 

LEGO® Therapy has become increasingly popular over recent years and has been shown to benefit autistic children and young people by improving language development, social interaction and fine motor skills. (From the autism show website) 

Jumping clay therapy 

Playing with JumpingCLAY’s jasmine scented, mess free (it leaves no residue or dryness), silky soft, non sticky, bouncy clay can be beneficial for all children and adults, but is especially therapeutic for those on the autistic spectrum. (From the autism show website). 


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