Autism Social Skills
Helps children and young adults develop social and coping strategies to build relationships with peers
Autism Social Skills maximizes each individual’s potential through reaching goals like: improving social interactions and conflict resolution, promoting independence, developing organizational and self-management skills, as well as teaching parents the skills needed to enhance these skills in their child/teen.
Autism Social Skills serves children, teens and young adults - ages 2-21 - identified through a diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. To participate, individuals need a primary medical diagnosis on the autism spectrum without a secondary diagnosis of significant cognitive impairment, the ability to participate in groups without one-on-one support and no aggressive behaviors.
How can we help?
Please call 612-767-7222 or fill out the form below:
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