Parent Learn to Play

Research shows that the development of imaginary play supports a range of developmental areas including language skills, social skills and problem solving skills.

The seven session Parent Learn to Play program teaches parents and carers about play development in children and the seven key skills of imaginary play.

Program participants will learn practical strategies to use at home to develop their child’s imaginary play skills.

The program is designed for parents who have a child with a developmental delay or diagnosis.

 

 

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Geelong (Head Office)
03 5221 2984
12-14 Thompson Rd
North Geelong,
VIC
3215
Western Melbourne
03 9396 1111
77 Droop St
Footscray,
VIC
3011
Werribee
03 9749 7388
3 Princes Highway
Werribee,
VIC
3030
Warrnambool
03 5562 8271
171 Lava Street
Warrnambool,
VIC
3280