Sensory Social Routines to Encourage Play

Sensory social routines are back-and-forth, interactive activities such as reading together or playing peek-a-boo. This video explains how parents can use sensory social routines to be a play partner with their child with autism.

Encouraging interactive play for children with autism helps to strengthen skills that they will use throughout their lives. And the more you play with your child, the more they will see you as a play partner, and the more their confidence will grow!

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