If you’ve decided this is your year to take action, then I’m looking forward to you joining us in Social Thinking classes this spring!
I am often asked if teaching Social Thinking® in group settings actually generalizes to the school, home and community. The answer to this is-only if you make sure it does!
It has been my experience that children and adults need a safe, supportive environment to learn complicated and intricate social skills. These skills are rarely learned just by placing students near other non-disabled students without any specific instruction.
Spectrum Autism Services’ model looks like this: