Training and Practice
Participation in our groups leads to increased self-awareness, greater understanding of fundamental social skills, and improved ability to interpret verbal and nonverbal social communication. Our social skills groups provide guidance and practice in improving self-awareness, self-regulation, social perception, pragmatic communication, cooperation, empathy, and conflict management.
- Social Skills Instruction
- Modeling by Adults
- Supported Practice with Peers
- Guidance with Self-monitoring
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Individuals ages 12-21 with Autism Spectrum Disorders are eligible for this group. The Start Center groups encourage the development of practical social skills. Our leaders use modeling and mentoring to encourage individuals to participate and practice interaction with peers. This is an excellent complement to individual, home, and school supports.