Join us for October & November groups!
Social Playtime (2-3 yos)
Oct 7 - Nov 23, Monday/Wednesday, 9-9:45a
This social playtime will help your toddler learn how to begin engaging in a group, including sharing during activities, and taking turns in simple routines and games! Early language learning and movement activities will enhance your child’s development!
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Preschool Readiness (3-4 yos)
Oct 7 - Nov 23, Monday/Wednesday, 10-11a
In this group, we will practice taking turns, participating as a member of a small group, and build on foundational early language and literacy concepts. Children will begin identifying letters in their name, continue practicing quantity concepts, and will be introduced to ways to increase attention span, solve problems, and other skills needed for academic success!
Elementary Social Skills- Social Thinking: Social Detective
Oct 5 - Nov 23, Monday, 4:30-5:30p
In this group, Ms. Angie will introduce three ways for your child to become a Social Detective. Children will explore ways to figure out what other people mean by what they say and do. Making observations and predictions about another’s actions, feelings, and non-verbal communication will set your child up to learn more about Super Flex and the unthinkables!
Elementary Social Skills- Social Thinking: SuperFlex and the unthinkables
Oct 6 - Nov 19, Tuesday/Thursday, 4:30-5:30p
In this group, your child will be introduced to Super Flex, a superhero that will help them navigate social challenges as Ms. Angie incorporates Social Thinking Methodology into the group’s content. This evidence-based approach facilitates practice with actual strategies for individuals experiencing social challenges.
Strategies to Improve Executive Function
Oct 6 - Nov 19, Grades 3-8, Tuesday/Thursday, 7-7:45p
In this group, your child will learn strategies to help improve cognitive skills used to analyze tasks, break them into steps, and keep them in mind until the task is completed. Executive functioning skills are needed for your child to manage their time effectively, remember information, understand written directions, solve multi-step problems, and organize thoughts in writing. If your child is struggling with their independence with distance learning, this group can help!
Middle School Social Skills
Oct 7 - Nov 18, Wednesday, 4:30-5:30p
In this group, your child will learn and practice strategies to help them navigate social interactions with family, peers, and other adults. This supported group is suitable for middle schoolers to help them navigate social challenges associated with adolescence.