Activities Based Social Skills Groups

quality social skills education groups give children a chance to practice and learn through carefully constructed experiences.

quality social skills education groups give children a chance to practice and learn through carefully constructed experiences.

There is no substitute for experience. at Kids Cooperate social skills groups, we have seen that skill acquisition happens best when scaffolded by play and activity. Genes provide a blueprint for development but it is lived experience that create growth and shape the type of person we become. 

For a child with social anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, or other challenges, prolonged or traumatic negative social experiences may inhibit their interest and ability to seek social opportunity, resulting in a negative feedback loop of avoidance and rejection. One of the most important things that a social skills group can provide is a therapeutic environment where children and young adults can experiment with identity and experience social interaction in a safe and accepting space.

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