Getting along with others is a valuable ability. Sometimes people need extra help to develop the skills and confidence to make friends and interact with others.
We work with you to identify your specific social goals like making new friends, improving your relationship with family members or getting along better with classmates or other people in your community. We can then support you to use those skills you already have and develop new social skills that will help you reach your goal.
For a child this might include learning how to take turns and asking someone to play or respectful listening.
For an adult it might be learning how to understand non-verbal communication, how to ask for help, asking social questions or accepting feedback.
We also run social skills groups for children at many of our locations.