In conjunction with Rec Connection, Play-In offers Re-Play, a special needs kids therapy based on recreational therapy and sensory integration theory. Rec therapy uses recreation and other activity-based interventions to improve physical, cognitive, social and emotional skills in children with special needs such as autism, pervasive development disorder (PDD), sensory processing disorders (SPD), ADD/ADHD, down syndrome, and kids with low muscle tone/hypotonic, and emotional and behavioral challenges.
Re-Play is structured for children who need individualized attention. This unique program allows for a 1:1 child to therapist ratio, while sharing the child-friendly indoor playground with other children and families, thus creating a unique inclusive setting. Our gym is specifically designed for therapeutic intervention such as core strengthening, development of coordination and gross/fine motor skills as well as addressing movement and gravitational insecurities and sensory difficulties.
Monday – Friday
30 Min / 1 hour session
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Team-Play encourages socialization. This group based recreational therapy program gives children the opportunity to work as partners or in small groups while improving gross motor skills, problem solving skills, behavior & any other targeted areas of concern for the child. This inclusive setting allows for social interaction with new children that may just be there to play hence allowing for constant novelty & opportunities to practice using their newly acquired socialization skills.
RecConnection combines the flow theory and sensory integration along with other innovative therapeutic approaches to enhance participants’ sensory perception, which allows them to process sensations better and ultimately amplify learning and behavior modifications. The Recreational Therapists focus on finding the root of behaviors, limitations, and emotional responses, which in turn allows for them to find the most effective ways to help those individuals overcome their obstacles.
During Team Play children will be challenged physically, cognitively, and socially in an environment that is supportive and guided by the therapists, this will create meaningful experiences for the children to build confidence and encourage appropriate positive social development.
Areas of focus including but not limited to:
- Social Skills
- Gross motor skills
- Problem solving skills
- Attending Behavior
- Emotional Regulation
- Peer Interaction
- Communication with peers
for more details, call us to set up a tour of our facility!