Game On Children Resized

Child’s Play

Playing comes naturally to most children.

But for those with brain conditions, playing poses all sorts of challenges, such as perception, speech, balance and coordination.

That’s why the Epilepsy Support Centre of London has developed a program called Game On that teaches children how to take control of their bodies and master social skills.

But provincial government funding is running out in March and might put the program in jeopardy.

 

 

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