30 Reasons Why Play is Important for Children With Disabilities
- February 24, 2022
- Ally Cohen
- Special Needs Parents
Children of all abilities have a right to play, and that includes children with physical, developmental, learning, psychiatric, and neurological disabilities. To put it best, “Play matters because it creates an opportunity to bring out the best in every kid, and it’s an opportunity for kids to really see the best in themselves.” This infographic from Playground Equipment looks at 30 reasons why play is important for children with disabilities.
by Irma Wallace
While they may look similar in external behaviour, temper tantrums are an angry or frustrated outburst, while autistic meltdowns are a reaction to being overwhelmed. This infographic to help you distinguish between the two.