Last week in our social groups we focused on how one needs to be a good gift giver as well as a good receiver. We encouraged everyone to make others have good thoughts about us by showing our appreciation for others taking the time and using their resources to get us gifts. Everyone seemed to enjoy […]
My dear friend Lauren Foster runs The Powerful Project. She connects with outstanding speakers. Below are two that are presenting in September and November. I will be checking them out. Please consider doing it as well! Sharon Sokolik
This past Sunday we were all able to escape the sinking Titanic at the Odyssey Escape games in Alpharetta! It was a great way to practice teamwork, patience, flexibility and having lots of fun! What a great way to finish our summer social middle school and high school outings. We will be starting up our […]
It is that time of year again to start planning for your child’s school year speech and language services. As the world has started to open up, we have been lucky to have had in-person sessions, groups and outings all summer. We will continue to offer these options in the Fall. In addition, we are hoping […]
We had a fun visit to Art & Soul to be creative with our hands, minds and social thinking skills.
We had a great time and turnout at The Main Event! What a great opportunity to practice working on our social thinking skills. From working on how to cheer on others, tease each other nicely, being patient as well as handling success and failure. All of these skills are important for every middle schooler and […]
This week in our social groups we focused on how to change topics as well as stay on topic. Everyone has so much to say and often feel like they do not have enough time to say it. They will interrupt or cut someone off or even tell others that they have heard enough of […]
June was a month filled with many different social experiences. We held weekly social thinking groups for those heading into 1st grade through high school. We also ran two different intense social camps for those in elementary and middle school. The more we can work on strategies to help us become stronger social thinkers, the […]
We had fun adventures in June!
Since the pandemic, I have run social thinking groups over Zoom for those in 2nd grade through high school. I was and still am asked if I thought having social groups over Zoom would be helpful. When I first started, I had to admit that I wasn’t sure how things would go. But now that […]