A guide to working with children and young people using the Lego Therapy approach in school.
Lego Therapy is a social skills intervention which teaches children and young people to work collaboratively. It is a group intervention that designates roles to each child in order to co-construct a Lego model. This supports social skills, social communication, conflict resolution and problem solving, it is particularly useful in supporting children with autism and social emotional needs.
Delegates will be able to run Lego Therapy sessions in their schools to improve social skills for children and young people.
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