ABA social skills is a common area that we tackle within an ABA program. Social skills can be taught with one-on-one ABA therapy as well as with social skills classes.
Social Skills and ASD
Our clients often need support in learning social skills.
I am the type of person who likes to be prepared. In the pre-Covid era, when I went somewhere new, I liked to do my… Read More »How to Use Video Modeling to Teach Social Skills
Social skills should always be an integral part of any good ABA program right from the start. By social skills, I don’t just mean being… Read More »When is a Child Ready for a Social Skills Group?
Conversation is tricky. There are so many moving parts but many of us learn it incidentally. However, for some of our students, it’s not always… Read More »4 Ways to Teach Kids to Initiate Conversation
When you pick up Patty from school or daycare, you always find her alone spinning toys and humming to herself. She seems happy by the situation but you’re not – you’d prefer that Patty would participate with peers. You wish that she could make friends and have fun playing with them. In general, that’s hard for kiddos with autism. However, with coaching and teaching, Patty can become more comfy relating in social situations! Here’s how you can help your honey make friends.Read More »6 Ways To Help Your Child Make Friends