Learn to Play is a therapeutic program that supports children who are eight years or younger with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, or those who find playing difficult and need help playing with friends. During the Learn to Play therapy sessions, your child will have time to develop pretend play skills that are expected for their development and age. The sessions will provide a range of play and learn activities that match your child’s current development and where they feel most comfortable. The play therapy activities will gradually challenge your child as their pretend play skills begin to develop.
After initial assessment with one of our child behaviour specialists, your child will be guided through weekly Learn to Play sessions by the therapist that will help them initiate spontaneous play, further developing their emotional and social cognition.