Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (December 20th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (December 6th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (November 22nd Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (November 8th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (October 25th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (October 11th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Preparing Your Spectrum Teen/Young Adult for Living Independently: Caring for Health and Well-Being at College

Most people are more academically prepared for college than they are prepared to live a healthy life at college.  Presented by Dr. Andrew Schlegelmilch, Ph.D., this session includes discussions about eating, sleeping, socializing, and exercising for the sake of promoting well-being.  It also includes talk about effective supports parents can provide, including engaging the help […]

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Fallling Through the Cracks: Missed Diagnoses and Calibrating Our Diagnostic Lens

Dr. Meghan Barlow and Dr. Heather Dukes-Murray will be presenting at the 2019 Milestones National Autism Conference.  They will review characteristics of children who most commonly miss diagnostic identification in early childhood, including girls, minority children, and children who are first diagnosed with another disorder, such as ADHD.  They will also review diagnostic pitfalls that […]

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