Social Skills Groups
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Social Skills is an aftershool program that strengthen your child’s ability for meaningful social relationships.
Social skills are the foundation for getting along with others, and lacking this critical skill can lead to peer rejection and feelings of isolation, leading to emotional difficulties, bullying, and difficulty in making friends.
Groups are run three times per week for 2 hours. Each member’s progress is periodically assessed, and goals and curriculum are adjusted accordingly.
Toddler Social Skills Topics
1. Greeting peers
2. Initiating interactions
3. Sharing with peers
4. Taking turn
5. Joint Attention and cooperative play
6. Following Directions
7. Making eye contact
8. Problem-solving skills
Elementary Social Skills Topics
1. Interest in others
2. Building friendships and relationships
3. Developing flexibility within play
4. Increasing engagement and expanding conversation skills
5. Developing perspective-taking abilities.
6. Learning how to be appropriately assertive and mastering appropriate conflict resolution skills.
Middle School Social Skills Topics
1. Strengthening fundamental social skills while learning how to generalize skills across various people and environments.
2. Mix conversation
3. Experience sharing
4. Role Play
6. Changing peer relationships and pressures
7. Developing social confidence
8. Conflict resolution
High School Social Skills Topics
1. Strengthen social awareness and the ability to interpret social cues
2. Conflict resolution
3. socially appropriate behaviors across context
Benefits of Social Skills Group
1. Children learn age-appropriate behaviors to apply in social situations.
2. Children interact and learn from each other.
3. Children have the opportunity to practice the skills with peers in a supportive environment
- Mon-Fri:9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Saturday:By Appointment
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