Weekdays (5 sessions)
The Social Engineering Group
The Social Engineering Group is a structured, play based curriculum that aims to support children to begin developing social skills through play and practical hands-on activities. Drawing on concepts and strategies from a range of evidence-based therapy tools including the Social Thinking© Curriculum and the Zones Regulation©. The group structure follows a combination of group-based activity discussions, reflections and plays to support and consolidate learning. Student’s participation in this group aims to increase social outcomes at home, school and among the community.
Skills training in the Social Engineering Group includes:
Advance social and emotional coping skills, such as social inference perspective taking skills, managing unpleasant events, discussion and conversational skills will also be targeted and worked on in the group.
Note: If the group has started, no make-up class or refund will be made for any absence.