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We often recommend group therapy for children who may not need the intensity of one-to-one therapy, and are able to develop their skills in a fun and motivating group setting. Groups also have the additional benefit of providing opportunities for social interaction and communication, and allow children to develop and learn alongside peers with similar abilities.
Social Thinker's Group
This group teaches children to build foundational social competencies and essential life skills through stories, lessons, and play activities. This group uses the social thinking curriculum by Michelle Winner Garcia to help kids better understand themselves and others, develop self-awareness, perspective taking, social problem solving, and supports students’ social-emotional learning, relationship building, classroom learning, and academic performance.
Zones of Regulation
This group is meant for children between the ages of 5-10 years old which teaches self-regulation and self-control. Children will understand their emotions and thoughts and will learn to use different coping strategies to better regulate their emotions.
This handwriting group is designed for children 5 years and older to work on all of the pre-requisite skills required for improved handwriting. The group aims to assess and improve pencil grip and posture, as well as assess and improve hand strength, manipulation and the underlying visual perception skills needed for legible handwriting.
SOS Feeding Group
The Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S.) approach to feeding group utilizes an evidence-based program designed by Kay Toomey to assess and treat children with feeding difficulties.
LEGO®-Based Therapy is a collaborative, play based social skills intervention designed to improve social competence in children with social difficulties. The group is designed for children 4 years and older.
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