Social Skills Group

For most kids, learning to play with another child comes naturally.  Other children need explicit instruction to

  • make eye contact
  • take turns
  • ask questions
  • have a conversation
  • collaborate with peers
  • problem solve

Following a comprehensive evaluation, Jocelyn matches your child, based on his/her specific learning needs and level of distractibility.  Some children begin in a group with just one other child, while older children may be ready to meet with a group of 3-4 of their peers.


Sessions include dynamic movement and collaborative group work to do activities your child loves (art, Legos, cooking, trains), and always incorporate shared discussed and group problem solving.


For more information on availability, contact Jocelyn.

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