About These Groups
Our social skills groups focus on improving a child’s ability to successfully and confidently interact with peers across various environments and settings. They will have the opportunity to practice their social skills with our therapists observing and coaching along the way.
Topics covered vary by age and group participants and will include skills required for meeting new people, conversation, body awareness, attention and focus, executive function tasks, self-regulation, and much more!
What skills are improved?
Speech Therapy helps a child communicate. The skills include improving articulation, voice, fluency, and language.
Occupational Therapy helps a child to succeed in daily life activity. The skills include improved sensory processing skills, fine motor skills, self-care skills, self-regulation skills, overall movement, cognition, and perception.