Encourage social thinking to enhance your child’s interaction with peers! Our social skills groups use a Social Thinking® curriculum for elementary-age students.
We provide direct instruction of socially acceptable behaviors, including what the child should do and say in social situations and how he should listen and attend in a shared space with peers.
Much of the curriculum explores sharing space with others, thinking about others in a shared environment and learning to regulate one’s behavior to others people’s thoughts and expectations. Additionally, we will learn about group expectations and “hidden rules” in a variety of common situations.
Groups typically run for six-week sessions, provided at various times throughout the year.