LEGO®-based therapy aims to develop social competence through the development of social skills. Collaborative play provides opportunities for children to practise skills for turn-taking, listening, sharing ideas, communication, compromise, problem solving and shared attention. LEGO®-based therapy has been found to be suitable for children with autism and related conditions, aged 6-16. Sessions should be run on a weekly basis with facilitation from a trained adult.
LEGO®-based therapy training provides the information and resources required to set up groups in schools or community settings (LEGO® or construction materials will need to be purchased before running groups). The training is suitable for teaching assistants, teachers, SENCOs, speech and language therapists and learning mentors.
The training covers:
The training runs from 10am-3.45pm (coffee and registration at 10am)
Cost: £200, including a CD of resources, refreshments and lunch
Available dates 2017:
June 5th: Bristol (Mercure Grand, Bristol)
June 6th: Manchester (The University of Manchester, Manchester Meeting Place)
June 8th: York (York University, King's Manor)
June 9th: Birmingham (Impact Hub, Birmingham)
September 11th: London (Crowne Plaza, Battersea)
Please click on the calendar dates below to make a booking for a specific location