Floortime therapy, a form of relationship-based structured play therapy, helps children with autism build emotional connections and communication skills. The intervention is called Floortime because the therapist gets down on the floor with the child to play and interact with the child at their level.
TTI has partnered with The Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning (ICDL) to bring our students DIRFloortime®, which is used to help children and adults with a wide range of emotional, sensory, regulatory, motor, learning and developmental challenges.
Bachelor’s degree in education, a therapy field or any related field.
3.0 GPA required.
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