The LEGO® ROBOTICS Guide: A guide to facilitating LEGO® Robotics sessions for autistic teens
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This guide is an output of a collaborative research project between Flinders University, Autism SA, and Griffith University. The project: “Can LEGO® Robotics therapy improve the mental health and social skills of adolescents on the autism spectrum?: A Phase 1 trial,” was funded by the Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation (https://crf.org.au/). Twenty-four autistic teens between the ages of 13-16 years from four mainstream schools participated in the project. Each LEGO® Robotics group of three teens was supported by two facilitators from Autism SA, and run at schools during school hours. This guide consists of information on the LEGO® Robotics therapy program, how to form and facilitate the groups, supporting resources, learnings from the program, and a summary of the research findings.
Publication forthcoming. Copyright © 2023 Flinders University
Autism spectrum, Teenagers, Autistic students, LEGO® Robotics Therapy
Raghavendra, P., Lange, B., Hobbs, D., Petticrew, R., Heinze, E., Trembath, D., Welz, N., Holmes, C. (2023). The LEGO® ROBOTICS Guide: A guide to facilitating LEGO® Robotics sessions for autistic teens. Flinders University.