The Power of Play

“Play is a child’s work and this is not a trivial pursuit.”
– Alfred Adler

While it may look like all fun and games to most adults, childhood play contains a great deal of learning and hard work. When children are playing, they are learning about themselves and the world around them. They are learning language, how to build and manage relationships, and can practice fine and gross motor skills. Play is almost like a dress rehearsal for using those skills in real life situations.

Listen to this podcast on how we, as ABA therapists, incorporate play into our therapy.

https://theautismhelper.com/podcast/episode-201-naturalistic-developmental-behavioral-interventions-with-ariana-boutain-bcba/


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