Stimulation through Play for Children with Special Needs

  • Neaga Susanu Danubius University of Galati
Keywords: special needs; game; psychotherapy; exercises; learning

Abstract

The world unfolds progressively in front of the child, through sensory and motor experiences. At this stage of development the child can often be vulnerable.

A child with special needs may not be as eager to try new experiences or stimuli as a regular child. He may not even play and, without stimulation, his condition does not improve through daily experiences.

When a child's development is delayed or slowed down due to deficiencies or an abnormal environment, the first years of life are not enough for a child to become aware of his body or to feel safe with or without other people - for example, to start to develop their autonomy.

Author Biography

Neaga Susanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication  and International Relation , Specialization, Psychology

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Published
2021-10-28
Section
Articles