LEGO® Therapy is an intervention that has started to emerge in schools to help children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in their social communication difficulties. Originally proposed by LeGoff (2004) this intervention employs the use of three key roles ‘Engineer’ ‘Builder’ and ‘Supplier’ to build a model together using LEGO® bricks. This is facilitated by a trained adult, although child led, to allow the children a means of developing their social communication skills. The aim of the review is to determine how effective the intervention is at helping children with ASD in their social communication skills.
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