Parents of young children with a new autism diagnosis can often feel confused about how to play with and how best to help their children. Playing, Laughing, and Learning with Children on the Autism Spectrum can help break down activities into manageable stages so that small achievements can be celebrated and built upon.
Each chapter is written around a theme such as music, art, or playing outdoors. There are also chapters on reading, using a computer, and even using a digital camera. The book offers many useful resources to help parents help their children learn how to play.
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