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Play for People with ASD

Play involves spontaneity, imagination, freedom, social interaction, openness to sensory experiences - hardly surprising therefore, that many people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder find play activities and playful interactions puzzling, difficult, threatening or irrelevant. This workshop is for anyone who wants to help a person with Autistic Spectrum Disorder increase their play skills and develop playfulness.

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10 June 2008 14:30 to 20:30
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