Benefits of a Social Skills Group

Children experiencing a range of challenges including, but not limited to those listed below, can benefit from participating in a social skills group. Through participation in small structured groups facilitated by certified special education teachers, children can develop essential critical thinking skills, one of the 7 Essential Life Skills according to Ellen Galinsky’s research from Mind in the Making.

Does your child exhibit any of the following?

  • Shyness or social anxiety
  • Impulsive behavior
  • ADHD or a short attention span
  • Challenges with making and maintaining friendships
  • Trouble reading social cues
  • Language delays
  • Difficulties joining in group activities
  • Difficulties regulating emotions
  • Poor anger management/coping skills
  • Difficulties following rules/directions
  • Low self confidence
  • Exhibiting negative behavior

If any of the above has been a consistent issue, your child might benefit from participating in our social skills group. Contact us at any time to learn how Confident Kid Club can make a difference in your child’s life.