How to provide truly inclusive play

Take 15 autistic/ADHD children who don’t know each other. Put them in a noisy room together and give them an unstructured, child-led activity for two hours. What do you get? This!

Watch the three children in the top right of the video below. Look at the cooperation, teamwork, focus, peer support, and problem-solving. This is why special interests and inclusive play are so important. They allow the children to just be themselves, and show their true character and abilities.