Lego Therapy

Lego Therapy is a powerful intervention designed to support children in developing skills in language and collaboration.

Thu 27th Oct - Thu 1st Dec
3:45 am
Jh Kids

Run by an occupational therapist, Lego Therapy is a 6-week structured program that helps children practise social, communication, and language skills within a small group. It's a fantastic and fun way to help children aged 8-10 develop these critical life skills, and build their confidence. 

Lego Therapy was uncovered as a therapeutic intervention by psychologist Daniel LeGoff (2004). His discovery came when he observed two of his socially withdrawn child patients playing together with Lego in his clinic’s waiting room, sparking the idea of developing an intervention involving the construction toys.

Today, Lego Therapy is used primarily with children to teach skills such as the following (Raising Children Network Australia, 2021):

  • Turn-taking
  • Sharing
  • Listening
  • Conversation
  • Teamwork
  • Shared attention
  • Problem-solving

Open to NDIS and non-NDIS participants 

Date: Thursdays from 27th of Oct - 1st of Dec

Time: 3:45 - 4:45 PM

Location: JH Kids Bondi

Booking: Email to find out more

Cost: $200