All 3’s Social Skills Program

Our all for 3’s social skills program focuses on 3 core areas of social skills:

Conversation

Friendship

Problem Solving

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.

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Students enrolled in this group are often ready to learn the following 3 core social skills:

Emotional Regulation

Recognize, label, and regulate their feelings demonstrate empathy toward others, and read others emotions.

Verbal Communication

Listening, sharing ideas, asking questions, answering questions, greetings, telling simple stories, etc.

Group Play

Playing skills, turn-taking, solving problems, standing your ground, asking for help, and talking out conflicts

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Students enrolled in this group are often ready to learn the following 3 core social skills:

Emotional Regulation

Recognize, label, and regulate others feelings demonstrate empathy toward others, read others emotions and body language

Listening and Talking

Greets, initiates talking, makes comments, ask questions, listens and follows rules in games, share ideas, ask to talk, relates ideas during games, participate in cooperative play, resolve conflicts of the classroom

Building Friendships

Participate cooperative play, resolve conflicts with peers, decide who to play with, share ideas, problems solve simple conflicts, learns to follow rules, share and turn take, apply imagination

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Students enrolled in this group are often ready to learn the following 3 core social skills:

Self Regulation

Recognizing and understanding one’s own emotions as well as emotions that are expressed by other. Read other’s cues and body language

Conversation Skills

Greet others, share and listen to information, starting a conversation, maintaining a conversation, change topics, make comments, ask questions, announcing one’s actions, listening, body language

Problem Solving Skills

Deciding if it is fair, sharing, playing with others, friendship rules, making choices, knowing what to do, talking it through, teasing, etc.

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The Jr. Tweets and Tweets social skills groups are for adolescents in middle school and high school. Our goal is to help students learn ways to make and keep friends.

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