Lego Therapy includes 3 people per group taking a specific role; Engineer, Builder and Supplier. Children are encouraged to keep to their own role, all of which plays a significant part in building of the model. It reinforces to children that everyone is important and working together achieves more.
During the session, each child will take a turn in each role, developing a wide range of skills for managing the demands that each role brings. The aim of the programme is to develop positive communication, tolerance, kindness, respect, patience, listening skills and self-regulation.
We use baseline measurement tools to monitor and evaluate impact for each individual. This is completed at the start and end of the programme and integrates feedback from key people in their life such as parents. In addition, we complete our own baseline assessments and take feedback from children about their experience, as well as our own observations.