Typically, we learn social skills in an intuitive way around 3 to 4 years old. When these skills are not learned naturally, it’s important to teach them cognitively in a nonjudgmental way. What does “listen” actually mean? What are the expectations of “listen”? We are excited to help your child learn new skills and tools that he/she can use at home and at school. We look forward to seeing you in a few weeks! E-mail us with any questions. We love connecting with you! firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find useful information under our Upcoming Events tab on our home page.
Registration for School Age Social Skills Classes August 20th-October 1st
Middle School OTB Group-Fall Semester
Differences Between Social Skills Group and Middle School Group
Who Benefits From Social Skills Classes?
Wendy and Christina
We will be opening registration for our next social skills groups next week! This next session will be slightly different. We will continue to have separate small groups, however, the focus of this session will be to begin teaching an understanding of social expectations around the holiday seasons as well as tools for coping with stress. There will be more specific details about the sessions with the registration post.
The dates for the next session will be: November 13th, November 20th, December 4th, and December 11th. There will be three groups meeting at a time: A sibling group (optional), a parent group (required), and a group for your child learning specific social skills.
Be sure to check our website next Monday with details about the classes and information on how to register.
Christina and Wendy