Social Skill


When children lack social skills, it can be difficult to interact with their peers naturally. 


This is where social skill therapy comes in.


This type of therapy prepares children with poor social abilities to interact with other kids in a typical environment.


The main goal of social skill therapy is to enhance the child’s independence and trust.


During the assessment process, therapists will look for areas where the child needs improvement.


Once the areas of need are identified, therapists will work with the child to help them develop the skills they need to come through.


With the help of social skill therapy, children can learn how to interact with others naturally and trustfully.

A lot of kids on the autism spectrum struggle with social skills.


This can make it hard for them to interact with other kids and make them feel unsafe in playgrounds, open areas, and parks.


That’s why social skill therapy is so important.


It helps kids with autism learn the skills they need to interact safely and confidently with others. 


And it doesn’t have to be boring or repetitive. We keep things fun and fresh by reinforcing positive behavior and prompting specific tasks that promote self-trust and social skills.


So if your child is struggling with social skills, don’t hesitate to reach out. We can help them build their confidence to thrive in any setting.

Signature practices

Our World at Skole curriculum includes preschool Signature Practices that offer hands-on approaches to encourage the skills your child will need in kindergarten and beyond: