Our all for 3’s social skills program focuses on 3 core areas of social skills:
What are Social Skills?
Social skills are a set of verbal and non-verbal communication skills that we use daily to get along with other people. We take these skills for granted, but for others, these skills are challenging. A child with social skills difficulties can have a hard time adjusting to changes in his or her environment and may act out verbally and physically with other people. Social skills difficulties may lead to poor self-esteem, argumentativeness, oppositional behavior, and may even result in the child being rejected by other children.
How does it work?
- Clients are grouped according to similar needs, personalities, age range and skill level.
- We invite 1-2 neuro-typical peers to these groups to increase more natural opportunities and generalization of the skills.
- Groups typically consist of two to three children, with 1 or 2 speech pathologist (s) leading the groups.
- Our programs are continuous, with summary report given at end of 14 weeks and a new cycle begins.
Who do we service?
Children Diagnosed with ADHD, Language Disorders, Language Delays, Autism and Any Developmental Disorder that Impacts the Child’s Social relationships.