Activity-based therapy is an intervention strategy in which goals and objectives are incorporated into various activities that emphasize natural, functional, and meaningful interactions with the environment. When children are engaged in structured activities, such as playing dress-up, finger painting, or helping to make a snack, they are learning skills in many developmental domains that they can generalize to real-life situations. Activity-Based Intervention Guide shows you how to use this approach in your early intervention program.
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