Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters:
The PLAY Project
The PLAY (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters) Project is an evidence-based autism intervention developed by Richard Solomon, MD. It is designed to help parents develop a better connection with their child through play, and help the child improve their language, development, behavior, and social skills. Parents develop a joyous relationship with their child because of the PLAY Project.
Children with autism need intensive intervention services. With autism prevalence on the rise, the need for cost-effective autism intervention models is needed now more than ever. PLAY Project is an evidenced-based parent-mediated autism intervention model that can be learned and delivered by experts in child development.
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