CategorySocial Skills

7 Most Important Social Skills for Kids Good social skills allow kids to enjoy better peer relationships. But the benefits of robust social skills reach far beyond social acceptance. Children with better social skills are likely to reap immediate benefits. For example, one study found that good social skills may reduce stress in children who...
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How does Applied Behavior Analysis work Applied Behavior Analysis Does your child find it difficult to interact with their peers? Do they struggle to make friends? If so our Social Skills Groups are designed to help children who have autism spectrum disorders, language delays, behavioral issues, attention deficits, learning differences, and other special needs create lasting friendships. We start by helping children...
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Social Skills Some kids learn to say “please” and “thank you” and to wait their turn by watching others. But kids with learning and thinking differences might not pick up on common social interactions simply through observation. If your child struggles with social skills, a social skill group could help. Social skill include far more than...
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