I Can Pretend! Teaches children with autism how to play with peers and form relationships, something that children with ASD typically struggle with. Created by a seasoned drama educator and parent of a child on the autism spectrum, our program uses best practice teaching for children with autism including picture schedules, familiar routines, repetition and reward. Through drama, younger children learn imaginative play skills and older children hone social skills. It is a program that is based on research supporting how children with autism learn.
I Can Pretend: Drama for Children on the Autism Spectrum
By james | Published: April 15, 2014
Browse the Organization archive. Organization Type: ASD Specific. Organization Age: School Age. Organization Programs: Recreation, Social Skills Program, Specialized Services for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Summer Camps, Volunteer Opportunities. Organization Areas: Manitoba, Winnipeg and Surrounding Area. Organization Diagnosis: Autism Spectrum Disorders. Bookmark the permalink.