REALITY OF USING PLAY THERAPY DEVELOPING ATTENTION SKILLS FOR INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES 3 - 6 YEARS OLD
Researching the current situation of using play therapy to develop attention skills for children with intellectual disabilities aged 3-6 years old, building criteria for assessing attention skills and conducting research on the actual level of skill development. attention ability of 30 children with intellectual disabilities 3 - 6 years old, the results showed that the majority of children with intellectual disabilities 3 - 6 years old achieved the level of development of attention skills at average and below average levels. The study also built a survey for 35 teachers and administrators, and 35 parents of children with intellectual disabilities aged 3-6 to find out the reality of using play therapy to develop attention skills for children. For children with intellectual disabilities aged 3 to 6 years old, research results show that teachers, administrators, and parents are all rightly aware of the importance of using play therapy, its effectiveness, convenience and effectiveness. difficulties when applying play therapy, is considered as a practical basis for choosing effective methods in the process of developing attention skills for children with intellectual disabilities 3-6 years old
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