Our therapists help children with special needs develop necessary social skills.
Our speech language pathologists and occupational therapists focus on teaching children with special needs a variety of social skills to help improve their ability to make and keep friends, develop more self-confidence, and behave more appropriately.
Social skills lessons, role playing, and natural interactions with peers provide opportunities for kids to learn and practice skills in a fun and non-threatening environment. Skills targeted include trading and sharing toys, using appropriate personal space and body language, taking turns, understanding other perspectives, and developing conversation skills.
each year we help over 3,000 kids
In partnership with parents and caregivers, we celebrate where each child is today and work toward who they can become.