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 How LEGO®-Based Therapy for Autism Works

How LEGO®-Based Therapy for Autism Works

Landing on My Planet

Daniel B. LeGoff

Quick Overview

Through a series of case histories of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) who participated in LEGO® therapy, this book shows how and why this therapy is so effective. The book provides practical guidance and inspiration for professionals working with children to improve their social interaction skills.
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Paperback / softback
2017, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 320pp
ISBN: 9781785927102
$24.95
Ebook
2017, ePUB, 320pp
ISBN: 978-1-78450-290-4
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$24.95

Description

"You know, Dr. Dan, that kid is from my planet."

With in-depth descriptions of LEGO®-based therapy in action, this book explains how and why it helps to promote the development of social skills for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and related conditions.

Written by Daniel B. LeGoff, who pioneered the approach, this book comprises a series of case histories of children who participated in LEGO® therapy. It traces the development of the evidence-based approach, shares the clinical insights gained along the way and highlights the principles which should be at the core of all effective treatment and educational strategies for children with ASDs. The case histories have real practical value for those working with children with ASDs and also help to demonstrate the subtleties of the adult facilitation role for professionals running sessions.

Reviews

'Daniel B. LeGoff, the inventor of LEGO®-Based Therapy, has provided a colourful set of case studies to help teachers and clinicians get a real feel for how to implement this playful and non-stigmatising intervention with kids with autism. LEGO®-Based Therapy harnesses their strong drive to systemise to help them learn how to socialise. It is also intrinsically rewarding for such kids. As such, it is a pleasurable experience for both the therapist and the child.'
- Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Director, Autism Research Centre, Cambridge University, UK

Authors

By (author): Daniel B. LeGoff