The PLAY Project​​​​®


The PLAY Project® was developed by Richard Solomon, MD. Through the use of distinct principles, methods, and techniques children on the autism spectrum become more socially engaged. Play project consultants assist caregivers in finding what is ​​​​​FUN for their children, which sets the foundation for the development of meaningful interactions with others. ​

​Click on the link below to watch a video of Dr. Solomon using PLAY Project techniques.

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PLAY Project Home Consultation Intervention Program for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial
was published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics in October 2014. The article highlights the PLAY Project's positive outcomes for children with autism and their caregivers.

Click the link below to read the full article.   
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Caregiver involvement sets The PLAY Project apart from other interventions for children with autism. Use of the principles, methods, and techniques empowers caregivers and family members to be at the forefront of their child's care. Additionally, skilled intervention can be provided at a frequency that is unmatched because it is seamlessly included in day-to-day activities.​

Click the link below to read ​​​​A PLAY Project Parent Story recently included in The PLAY Project Digest.

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