We understand that as a parent, it’s hard to watch your child struggle socially. At Let’s Go Play, kids can learn critical social skills through meaningful practice.
Our therapists provide a guided, supportive and fun environment for kids to practice real-life social skills in a group of peers. Our classes are structured so that your child or teen can learn while having fun, making friendships, and experiencing a sense of acceptance that might be lacking in their day to day life. All of our games promote collaboration and decision making.
We believe that every child has an inner hero, and our goal is to help them find it.
Our programs are designed for children with high-functioning autism, ADHD, social and/or behavioral challenges, social delays, and difficulty making friends for any reason.
“My son struggles with friendships at school, but when he comes to Heroes© he’s one of the gang! It’s so great to hear the kids working together and having fun. And Mr. Dan is awesome—he is right there to provide the necessary modelling that my son needs to succeed, but in a way that my son feels guided, not corrected.”
“Let’s Go Play has been a huge benefit for our son. The small group setting really allows him to interact socially without really knowing it. The one to one therapy setting allows therapists to intervene immediately when an issue or teaching moment arises.”
“I think the real life situations that building with LEGO® toys brings is so valuable. Sharing, negotiating, and disputing are all things that occur outside of Let's Go Play. I think my son has learned some tools for the real world.”
All kids learn by playing and doing, and children with social skills challenges are no exception. That’s why we believe that game-based group therapy is essential to social skills development.
Designed to be fun, all of our programs consist of a group of peers who work toward a common goal, and a therapist who leads and coaches the group.
Modeled after tabletop role playing games, Heroes empowers kids to become super characters with special skills, working together in a group to defeat monsters.
This LEGO based therapy approach utilises your child’s interests and strengths in order to elicit a willingness to collaborate and interact.
Our version involves organization and teamwork for younger children. We help them understand rules, strategies and how to handle winning and losing.
Information for Healthcare Professionals, Educators, and other Social Service Providers.
Information about Let's Go Game, for Adults with or without mental health diagnoses who have social difficulties
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