The Robin Hood Autism Foundation originated from the idea that the introduction of Robin Hood-themed LEGO® sets would help promote both LEGO® Therapy and Autism Awareness.
A petition was drafted in order to obtain a total of 10,000 signatures that would be presented to LEGO® in an effort to persuade the company to produce Lego brick sets themed after the 2010 film ‘Robin Hood’. The petition received many responses, however the LEGO® company has told me that they have no plans to create ‘Robin Hood’ lego sets.
The petition ended and the campaign name was changed to the ‘Robin Hood Autism Foundation’ in order to reflect the broader reach we hope to attain in Autism Awareness.
The primary goals of the Robin Hood Autism Foundation will be the support of LEGO® Therapy and Dr. LeGoff’s continued research.
We hope that you will consider the benefits of LEGO® Therapy as an option for those on the Autism Spectrum. To learn more about LEGO® Therapy, please contact Dr. Daniel B. LeGoff. His information can be found on his FaceBook page.