Play IncludedThe Brick-by-Brick programme for children
Play Included offer training for health & education professionals in the Brick-by-Brick® programme, a learning through play concept using collaborative LEGO play to support children’s social and emotional development.
The Brick-by-Brick® programme can help autistic young people develop a sense of belonging and friendship. As children build LEGO® models in a group, they use skills such as collaboration and communication, all whilst having fun and making friends.
Play Included have free LEGO building activities to develop play and connection for families at home. There is also the Building Friendships resources for schools, which is a free class activities pack to build social relationships and teamwork through play.
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For more information, or to sign up to a course, you can visit the Play Included website.
Backed by research
The methodology used by Play Included has been evaluated by researchers at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge, and has shown that it help autistic children aged 6-11 to improve social abilities.
The Autism Centre of Excellence at Cambridge (ACE) is a science-led campaigning charity working closely with Cambridge University’s Autism Research Centre. Our aim is to improve access to high quality support and remove barriers and stigma for autistic people.
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