Category Archive: Reposted

Jan 06

RaceStrat 2012 Charity Challenge

We would like to thank Mr Hayden Bradford for his generous support of the foundation through the RaceStrat 2012 Charity Challenge. RaceStrat  has announced that the profits of these years Challenge will benefit Autism Spectrum Disorders Aid (ASDAID). Commencing on the 1st January 2012 a large pool of money will be applied to making money by …

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Nov 10

CNNH approach to using LEGO® – Based Social Development Therapy

The Center for Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Health (CNNH) offers an innovative group-based social development program using the LEGO® system. LEGO® therapy has been proven to be an effective way for children with social difficulties associated with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Anxiety, Depression or Adjustment Disorders to improve their social interaction and communication skills. Improvements in social …

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Aug 05

Legos: building blocks in autism therapy

Posted by sylvia on Monday, August 03, 2009 (17:52:17) OCRegister By MARIE MCCULLOUGH VOORHEES, N.J. The Lego raft carrying the Lego castaways approached the Lego island, “chased by raptors.” Lewis Roberts, a 12-year-old from Medford, N.J., moved the raft an inch, then another young filmmaker snapped a digital camera. A third boy consulted their script. …

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Apr 10

Learn social skills using LEGO Therapy

Source;  http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474977291887 I read an article that may be of interest to anyone who has, or works with, children with autism spectrum disorders. Children with autism usually have some degree of difficulty with social skills. Just basic communication may be difficult, but even for kids who are able to speak, understanding what to talk about, …

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Mar 26

Lego Autism Therapy

Source: http://autismparents.net/lego-autism-therapy/ Posted on March 24th, 2008 by admin Doctor Uses Legos as Autism Therapy VOORHEES, N.J. — The Lego raft carrying the Lego castaways approached the Lego island, “chased by raptors.” Lewis Roberts, a 12-year-old from Medford, N.J., moved the raft an inch, then another young filmmaker snapped a digital camera. A third boy …

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