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Playing with an ASD Child

playing tips

Like neurotypical kids, kids with autism play. However, they do it a little differently. Here are four tips loved ones can employ when playing with a child on the spectrum.

Little Boy: Big Heart!

"Our story began when a beautiful, blue-eyed, healthy baby boy was born. We named him Aaden. He was our gift from God. As a baby, Aaden met all his milestones."

"It was not until after his first birthday that I noticed Aaden not coming to me when I called his name."

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Therapeutic Family Play Session for Children with Autism

Family play therapy is great fun, but it's more than that. It teaches families to help children with autism develop gross and fine motor skills, as well as social interaction skills.

This Gift That Gives More™ provides an hour-long family play therapy session for children with autism. The family is also given access to a toy-lending library so that the helpful interactions can continue at home.

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