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Social Skills

Does your child present with...

Poor conflict resolution skills
Being bullied or trouble responding to teasing
Low self-esteem/self confidence
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Aspergers Disorder
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorder)
ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder



Do you find that your child often...

Lacks friends their own age

Is not invited for play dates or to hang out

Has difficulty engaging in conversation with peers

Isolates or withdraw from peers

Is only interested in him/herself and not others

Has poor eye contact

Don’t recognize non-verbal cues
Gets into the personal space of others
Annoys to get attention 
Always want to be first
Has a need for justice/fairness and judge peers
Is impulsive or blurts out responses
Lacks assertion

Sessions are designed to facilitate:

Full body communication
Joint-attention skills
Appropriate conversation skills
Greeting peers
Initiating Conversation

Finding common interests with peers
Joining in with peers during play
Turn-taking, waiting appropriately during games
Negotiation and conflict resolution skills
Being a good sport/losing well
Hosting a get-together with friends
Coping with rejection, teasing or bullying
Initiating social activities with peers
Choosing good friends
Social Scene  provides a safe and fun environment for children with social skills challenges to build  social thinking skills and self esteem. Skills are reinforced through role modeling, video feedback, and play.     Social Scene earn STARs, in their journey learning skills to be a "Social Thinker and Responder!"