Lego Therapy – Autism Daily Newscast often report about the benefits of Lego therapy for children with Autism. In May we reported about Tri-Cities Lego Club who are based in Northeast Tennessee. They offer Lego based therapy for children with autism. The article can be read here
In June, we also reported on neuropsychologist Sarah Woldoff and CNNH creative arts director Kathleen Nace and their Lego Therapy Model which has been proven as an effective way for children with social difficulties, including autism, to improve interaction without the use of medication. Thus story can be read here
In a recent article from the BBC they report that Lego therapy is now being used as an alternative therapy in order to help children with autism and learning difficulties.