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It is important to develop leisure skills with your child as early as possible so your little one can occupy themselves as they grow. Playing with your child is a great way to do this. Your young child might be naturally inquisitive and that’s great, but some children need more structured play activities to help them understand the social and communication components of play. Your young child with an Intellectual Disability(ID) may have fine motor difficulties so exploring play though sensory activities will help develop these skills. Gross motor may also be an area of challenge for your child so it will…

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