« Older Entries | Newer Entries »

WATCH: PLAY Project feature on NBC Columbus’ series “The Autism Puzzle.”

WATCH: NBC Channel 4 Columbus’ Autism Puzzle features the PLAY Project’s impact in the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities early intervention system. This video shows how PLAY Project’s cost effective, parent-implemented model is working in Ohio to change the lives of children with autism. The video also highlights the first ever PLAY Project Center at Read the Rest…

WATCH: Video feedback for parents within a state-wide implementation of PLAY Project in Ohio

WATCH: Learn how counties within the state-wide Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities are implementing the PLAY Project. Through PLAY Project’s systematic video feedback and written reports, parents receive the guidance they need to increase the social interaction and functional development of their children.  

PLAY Project helping the growing number of Children with autism improve social connections

“It’s helping draw the child out and trying to get that relationship and those social connections going back and forth between the child and their family and peers.” This article highlights the growing need for additional services for children on the autism spectrum and how PLAY Project is helping these children grow in their functional development. Read the Rest…

Teaching PLAY being pioneered in Preble County Schools

Check out this article on one county in Ohio introducing Teaching PLAY, the school-based PLAY Project intervention, to the classroom. Click here to read the article

Ohio Releases Findings on State-Wide PLAY Project Implementation!

Read the latest news from Ohio on PLAY Project’s Implementation and Impact on families throughout the state. PLAY Evaluation Final Report

PLAY Project Research has been published in the October 2014 edition of the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics!

Click to read the paper NOW online Click here to read the exciting news wire summary about the research Click here for our Media Kit Media inquiries and interview requests to Onna Solomon – onna@playproject.org or (734) 585-5333 x202 Click here for the JDBP PLAY Project Research Abstract Research reference: Richard Solomon, Laurie A. Van Egeren, Gerald Mahoney, Read the Rest…

Overview for Administrators

Have a waiting list for autism services? Consider the PLAY Project. Get children into evidenced-based services immediately and complement other services including ABA.   PLAY Project is an evidenced-based autism intervention option for: organizations health care centers community mental health systems early intervention systems governmental systems private practice individuals  Check out our latest research here. Our program is successfully implemented Read the Rest…

Ann Arbor Training 1

Five Things You Missed if You didn’t Attend the PLAY Project Conference or Consultant Training

The last week of October marked the final PLAY training of the season. If you didn’t have a chance to attend, here are some of the highlights (don’t forget to check our calendar for future trainings and workshops!):   1.  Networking with pediatric professionals from Guam to Washington, DC to California and many areas in Read the Rest…

Happy Halloween! Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

Halloween is here again and this year, we thought it would be fun to focus on one of the most popular Halloween traditions: pumpkin carving. Most of you probably have a few pumpkins by now and it’s pretty hard to get in the spirit of Halloween without carving pumpkins. Unfortunately, this can be a rather Read the Rest…

Zoey

Letter from a P.L.A.Y. parent

Dear Dr. Solomon, My husband and I have two daughters, Zoey, 4 and a half and Autumn Sky, 2 years old. Zoey is autistic. After a healthy pregnancy, she was born on her due date. From the beginning she had trouble transitioning to her new life. Her first year (and beyond) quickly filled with appointments Read the Rest…

« Older Entries | Newer Entries »