The American Academy of paediatrics explains that “Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth” it is for this reason that all of our social skills programs use play-based learning to assist our client’s development.
By providing children with a supportive environment with qualified therapists providing guidance children are able to practice skills needed in everyday life. Within all of our program’s children work on social skills, they have to learn about turn-taking, sharing, and asking for help. They are also able to form friendship groups and continue to work on projects together throughout the term.
What makes our groups different:
- Qualified Therapist lead and supported
- Evidence-informed and researched programs
- Low client to therapist ratio
Some of our programs currently running are:
Fun with Food
Handwriting and Fine motor
The Interoception Curriculum