Behavioral Concepts provides Social Skills classes in a supportive environment where children learn how to interact with others in a fun and playful setting.
Social Skills goals are often part of an ABA program. Our programs use ABA principles to teach critical adaptive skills such as:
- Group Rules/Introductions
- Identifying/Expressing Emotions
- Coping Strategies
- Managing Social Conflict
- Joint Attention
- Gaining Attention
- Following Directions
- Initiating Play
- Turn Taking
* Parent suggested topics
Social skills groups for school-aged children with ASD have demonstrated enough evidence to be considered “an established Empirically Based Treatment” (EBT) (Barry et al,2003)
Social skills programs can also be helpful in supporting independent living skills.
Behavioral Concepts offers social skills group to clients of similar age and skills level.