“When children relate on common grounds during gross motor play it makes a world of difference on their interaction with others peers. Sign up your child for a gross motor social skills group and you will see a difference on how they socialize at school, in public and at home.” – Alex Lopiccolo, Got-Autism.com
My son went to group therapy for about a year to help with his social skills. I couldn’t believe how well many of the tricks worked in helping him better understand the other children around him.
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