Make sure SOCIAL MOTION is included on your child’s 2012 schedule!
At Social Motion Skills we practice “Social Doing” — where children, tweens and teens with high-functioning autism diagnoses or learning differences can learn and retain social skills by actively “doing” them through role play, interactive learning (ex. robotics), and practice. Lots of practice until the social skill is second-nature.
The benefits of early and often social skill intervention is well-documented, so give your child the gift of social skills in 2012 by clicking here to register today!