Below are the best videos we could find on Disabled Well-Being and play.
Sports are obviously full of strong people, you can’t argue with that. But there are some professional athletes in the world who can definitely give the word “strong” a whole new meaning.
In this clip, Dr. Robert Jason Grant demonstrates three AutPlay connection interventions that can be used in play therapy when working with autistic and neurodivergent children.
The Royal Blind School runs a creative art sensory afternoon within interdisciplinary learning.
After observing the lack of specialised playground equipment creating a noticeable divide between the learners, Anli Starke built a new playground to include all children.
Offers a definition of play therapy and how it can help.
Why is play therapy important?
Owner April Schottelkorb says the gym includes special features to help accommodate children with diverse needs.
Do you know how children benefit from swing play?
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