Social Skills Groups
Working on Social Skills, Language, Peer Interaction and Attention
Our social skills groups help support attention, social interaction, processing social anxiety issues, general social interaction and language development. Obstacle courses, group games, and swing activities in our sensory-motor gym support gross motor development. Crafts, music and finger play are a part of the curriculum to work on fine motor skills. Attention and listening skill challenges are integrated throughout the program.
Group sessions are for children between 3 and 9 years old. Groups meet one hour a week for ten weeks. Ongoing parental support and weekly feedback are provided throughout the ten weeks.
Social Skills Groups
Starting Saturday, July 20th 2019-September 7th, 2019
8 weeks from 10:00am- 11:00 am
Is your child struggling to make or keep friends? Our social skills play groups are lots of fun. Children love our sensory-motor gym and learn make friends during cooperative projects, sensory activities, board games and music. Sessions improve the ability to perform as part of a group, share, take turns, attend and learning to cope with challenges and disappointment. Children learn how to be a friend as well as make friends, control impulses and handle frustration. We provide weekly parent carry-over and consult with parents on managing behavior at home.
Sensory Play Group
Please call our office for upcoming dates and times.
Our sensory rich environment and multi-sensory approach lead to improving motivation and participation by learning through play. Our beautiful Sensory-Integration gym and sensory rich materials are specifically used and designed to improve the sensory, motor and social skills of each child. Sensory Integration activities are an integral part of this group.
I highly recommend this fun place! The difference is experienced Therapists who know how to help a child with sensory issues, behavior issues as well as difficulty following directions. The activities selected are fun, helps him connect with other children, all while also addressing the difficulties he has with holding a crayon and cutting. We love coming to Sensational Kids!
– Parent from Cherry Hill, NJ