Social Skills Group
Elite Social skills groups are used to teach ways to appropriately interact with typically developing peers. Social skills groups typically involve small groups of two to eight individuals along with a team of therapists. Most social skill group meetings include instruction, role-playing or practice, and feedback to help learners with ASD acquire and practice skills to promote positive social interactions with peers.
Social skills groups have the potential to be an effective practice with all learners as it targets conversation skills, friendship skills, problem-solving, social competence, emotion recognition, theory of mind, and problem-solving. Additionally, social skills groups can strengthen specific interaction skills such as initiation, responding, greeting, giving/accepting compliments, turn-taking, sharing, requesting help, providing help, and also including others.
Our providers serve your child with respect and the utmost care. Elite is committed to open communication with you and your child, and we will do everything in our power to ensure a positive client experience.