Sensory Play Activities are run to help parents understand the importance of sensory play, especially for kids on the Autism spectrum, and to understand that sensory play can look disorganized and even dirty. Our goal is to teach parents that that play impacts on all our senses- smell, touch, sound- which is key for healthy brain development, and that play is allowed to be messy. We also aim to improve parent and child interaction by having fun playing together.
• 2 hour session
• Parents are invited to join in
• Specifically for children who have been diagnosed on the Autism spectrum
• Children under 8 years
• Held twice a year in school holidays