Games can be effectively used during treatment sessions and as part of independent practice programs to bring a bit of fun into the learning process. Playing games can reduce stress, help participants enjoy acquiring new skills and help individuals with communication and cognitive challenges find new ways to interact with others...Games can be rich in creating opportunities to practice communication and cognitive skills. They may need to be changed and adapted in ways to meet the needs of the client and to work toward established goals. This can be accomplished by exploring and selecting options that are provided in the game, changing what the client is expected to do or by varying the amount of assistance provided during the game.
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Thursday, April 11, 2013 2:40:00 PM