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Social Skills

Group Instruction

Learning social skills can be exciting and fun! In small groups (3-6), children participate in enjoyable activities while also learning about how to interact with others. Using the principles of ABA and evidence-based procedures, we teach, practice, and reinforce appropriate social behavior.

• Saturday mornings (1.5 hrs) in 10-week cycles
• At the Plymouth Church in Framingham
• No holidays or school vacation weeks

Lindsay Peters, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA
Sarah Chapple, M.S., BCBA, LABA

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Measurable and attainable goals are developed with caregiver(s) and child

Two individual meeting during the 10-week series
Parents receive a written progress report at the conclusion of series

Prerequisites: Things they can already do
• Request (mand) at least 100 items and at least 25 actions from familiar and unfamiliar adults.
• Follow 2-step unfamiliar directions from familiar and unfamiliar adults.
• Seeks out the attention of familiar and unfamiliar adults and peers in socially appropriate ways multiple times an hour.
• Interacts with at least 5 play activities.
• Able to learn new skills in a 1:3 staff-to-student ratio.
• Does not engage in dangerous problem behavior (e.g., aggression, self-injury, bolting/elopement, property destruction) when in a 1:3 staff-to-student ratio.

See Individual Instruction of Social Skills if your child does not meet these requirements

​​​​​​Targets: Examples of what we’re working on
• Eye Contact
• Conversation Skills 
• Competition Skills
• Interactive Play

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