Social Skills Intervention
A Happier, Healthier You
Some individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, or other neurodevelopmental and behavior disorders have deficits in the areas of social communication. Some areas affected include social interaction behaviors, establishing and maintaining social relationships, reciprocating social interactions, and communication skills. Deficiencies in these areas can have a lifelong impact on a child, further affecting their relationships with their family, community interactions, academic performance, and occupational outcomes. Social Skill Intervention addresses age-appropriate social skills in small groups (3-8 kids). The social skill group is led by an adult who has been trained to teach kids how to interact appropriately with others their age. In these groups, the kids learn conversational skills, friendship skills, socio-emotional regulation, and problem-solving skills.