Social groups for children, teens and adults

I see children with their parents individually, initially in order to do an assessment and introduce some strategies. Then whenever possible I match children in groups based on their ability, age and location. Similarly, with teens and adults, I meet with them individually to get to know their priories and needs and then try and match them in a group, as needed.

Social groups* use Social Thinking® concepts, curricula and materials as the primary teaching methodology.

Groups are tailored to the specific needs of each individual and build upon the individual’s abilities over time.  Groups typically consist of two to four participants.


*This service, including its teacher or leader, is not affiliated with, nor has it been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by Michelle Garcia Winner and Think Social Publishing, Inc. Social Thinking® is a trademark of Think Social Publishing and Michelle Garcia Winner.