3031 Miller Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103, United States

(734) 997-9088

The Ann Arbor Center for Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

Richard Solomon MD

Play Autism Intervention

An evidenced-based program for toddlers and preschool-age children


To find out how PLAY Autism Intervention can help your child, call 734-997-9088

PLAY  Autism Intervention is an evidence-based, high-quality program that  helps young children improve their language, development, behavior,  social skills, and autism severity. 

Through PLAY Project services, you will learn to:

• Identify your child’s unique strengths and needs.
• Manage feeding and toileting needs
• Make every interaction a growing and learning experience.
• Apply the play project principles, methods, and techniques.
• Effectively respond to your child’s behavior.
• Prepare for your child for kindergarten.

A  year of PLAY Autism Intervention Services typically includes ten  (10) three (3) hour monthly home visits from a Certified PLAY  Project Consultant with the following services and support:

  • Modeling and coaching services to help improve the interaction between parent and child
  • Direct play between child and PLAY Project Consultant
  • Follow-up PLAY Plan with video recording and guidance for activities between visits.
  • Family support: ongoing email and phone call to ensure families get resources, help
  • with school, and help with other needs.
  • Case review and feedback on your child’s development from Richard Solomon, MD,
  • developmental and behavioral pediatrician. This is exclusive to the PLAY Project at Ann Arbor Center.

You and your Certified PLAY Project Consultant become partners in your child’s progress. 

PLAY empowers you to have a closer, more satisfying relationship with your child!

Learn more about PLAY Project research and other PLAY Autism Providers at www.playproject.org