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Ann E. Densmore

Using Play to Foster Communication in Children with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome DVD

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Catalog No. 27310Many preschoolers follow their peers and look as though they're interacting as they play tag, and make friends. However, some children, particularly children from 3 to 5 years of age, or children with special needs such as autism, need help learning the skills of reciprocal interaction, how to see the perspectives of others, how to negotiate, and how to become a likeable and empathetic peer. They need help developing play skills and telling stories with their friends. For over thirty years, I have taught children how to socialize with peers and I developed a method called Narrative Play Therapy. This method will not help all children with social problems, but it will help many.

2009

 

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It's good to get together


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