Creativity & Play Through the Eyes of Adults with Autism

Play should be a place that anyone can occupy and where all are welcome, without barriers, boundaries or limitations. It should be an endless place to be and to fundamentally enjoy being. University of Sheffield Several months ago we took a wonderful online course through FutureLearn on the Importance of Play In Everyday Life. OneContinue reading “Creativity & Play Through the Eyes of Adults with Autism”

“10 extra years of life…”

There is no problem that doesn’t have some underlying need for more optimism, stamina, resilience and collaboration. And, games are, I believe, the best platform we have for providing that. Jane McGonial All work and no play doesn’t just make Jill and Jack dull, it kills the potential of discovery, mastery, and openness to changeContinue reading ““10 extra years of life…””