Brick Therapy uses LEGO® building sessions facilitated by the therapist to develop social competence and can be helpful for children and young people with autism spectrum disorders or related social communication difficulties.
Fun and effective
Brick Therapy uses LEGO® to help provide natural opportunities for children and young people to develop social competence. The sessions are facilitated by the therapist and can be helpful for children and young people with autism spectrum disorders or related social communication difficulties.
Brick Therapy can be used individually or in groups, including family groups. Key to this approach is how engaging and enjoyable it is for the participants! Building LEGO® collaboratively is great fun, and young people develop social skills while enjoying themselves.
Brick Therapy can be a fun way to improve the dynamics within family relationships, helping the participants to learn in a relaxed and playful manner effective ways to communicate and support each other.
Building blocks of development
Brick Therapy can be an effective tool on its own or as part of a multifaceted approach to help develop social skills and build communication.
Contact me to discuss your child's needs and I can help develop a programme that considers your particular circumstances and reaches specific goals.