LEGO®-Based Therapy Training for Parents and Practitioners


The Little Black Duck Autism consultation, education, support, and individual skill development

LEGO®-Based Therapy Training for Parents and Practitioners

What happens as the autistic brain matures and ages

About

A child-led, evidence-informed, play-based, social communication program.

Workshop Summary

LEGO®-Based Therapy is an evidence-informed, play-based, social communication program, developed by Daniel LeGoff in the early 2000’s. It is a child lead, gentle way of helping develop social communication skills whilst still being true to the individual’s neurotype.

LEGO®-Based Therapy is a strengths-based program that works by teaching the participant observation and adaptability skills rather than rote language or a checklist of social information. The participants learn to look to each other for information, support and build relationships in a safe and respectful environment.

LEGO®-Based Therapy doesn’t aim to make the autistic child communicate more typically, but, instead, it gives them the tools they need to adapt how they communicate. It is designed to be fun, create connections, and improve relationships.

Benefits of LEGO®-Based Therapy

LEGO®-Based Therapy has been shown to:

  • Reduce problem behaviours
  • Improves critical thinking
  • Improve social communication
  • Builds and helps to maintain friendships
  • Improving social interactions
  • Improving social competence
  • Improved teamwork
  • Increases sense of belonging
  • Improves family relationships (when running as a parent-implemented program)
  • Improves adaptability and coping skills
  • Improved wellbeing in the participant
  • Improves adaptability
  • Improves confidence and emotional wellbeing

Learning outcomes

About the Little Black Duck’s LEGO®-Based Therapy training program

Our workshop series is aimed at teaching parents and professionals about LEGO®-Based Therapy from the autistic perspective. We show you how to implement and run your own LEGO®-Based Therapy program, and how to adapt it to suit the needs of different participants.

Program Details:

Groups are limited to 20 participants and book out quickly

Dates and session times:

Cost: Early Bird Rate $850AUS – Standard Rate $950AUS

Time commitment: 10 hours spread across 2 days

Location: Online (AEST time)

The program includes:

  • 10 hours of online group-based training and development
  • Time to try out the program
  • 3 hours 1 to 1 time with the facilitator if needed
  • Full colour training manual
  • Ready to use resources
  • Additional resource list for assessment and further information
  • LEGO® Statrer Kit
  • Certificate of Completion

Optional Extras

  • NDIS ready report templates, observation guides and checklists, plus 1.5 hours implementation and use support. – $250

Presentation outline

Presentation in detail

Type of Training

Advanced


Cost

$950 per person


Duration

Approx 10 hours


Delivery

Zoom or in-person


Dates

To be announced


Time

To be announced


Location

In-person: at 418 Wilson St, Albury
Online: Via Zoom


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Registration forms

Registrations via eventbrite

Visual Supports and Communication Tools

The Little Black Duck offers a range of customised and pre-designed visual supports to help develop communication, connection and relationships.

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Our location

Address
418 Wilson St, Albury 2640

Opening Hours
By Appointment Only
Monday & Tuesday: 9.30am – 9.30pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday & Friday: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Saturday: 10am-2pm

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Contact Us

Address: 418 Wilson St, Albury
2640

By Appointment Only
Monday & Tuesday: 9.30am – 9.30pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday & Friday: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Saturday: 10am-2pm

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