Social Skills Groups

Social skills groups focus on developing and working on strategies for optimal socialization.

Therapists use a variety of play-based approaches, including the How Does Your Engine Run?® / Zones of Regulation programs, to teach self-regulation and coping strategies within a social environment. Parents and caregivers are provided with strategies to promote optimal carry over of skills learned at home. Learning such skills has shown to improve:

  • Teamwork
  • Problem solving
  • Conflict resolution
  • Listening skills
  • Perspective taking
  • Conversation skills

Social skills groups take place each summer and are facilitated by an occupational and/or speech therapist. Each course is specifically formed and implemented to meet the unique needs of the children in that group.

Children develop life-long friendships and learn social skills that can apply at home, school, and in the community!
"This has been a wonderful experience for my child. Skills taught are exactly what she needed. Please continue this during the school year. Great job! Thank you!"
Parent at Capernaum

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