Social Skills CLUB – Conversation, Listening, & Understanding Basics!
Social distancing doesn’t have to keep students from connecting with peers!
MetroEHS has created an online social skills group for Elementary,Middle, and High School students in Michigan with Autism, Asperger’s, Pragmatic Language Delay, or other difficulties with social skills. The group is designed to encourage peer interaction and is facilitated by a Speech-Language Pathologist.
Sign up Middle/High School students for a group focusing on online social skills like online learning, social media, and peer conversation. Elementary students will learn emotion identification and regulation and conversational skills like listening and appropriate responding!
Elementary School Students – Tuesday’s at 4pm
Course Goal: Elementary School students will learn and develop skills in listening and emotion regulation and perception, and build confidence and competence when talking to friends.
Topics covered will include: Emotion identification & empathy in others, Personal emotion regulation, “Self-talk”, Listening skills, Initiating and ending conversations, Reciprocal conversation skills
Middle/High School Students – Tuesday’s at 5pm
Course Goal: Middle School and High School students will learn how to effectively and appropriately participate and communicate in online learning, social media, and conversations with peers and in groups that take place online or on the phone.
Topics covered will include: Appropriate social media participation, Reciprocal phone conversation, Behavior during online learning, Conversation skills with peers in groups and individually
Dates: May 26-June 30, 6 weeks
Who: Elementary, Middle, and High School students in Michigan with Autism, Asperger’s, Pragmatic Language Delay, or other difficulties with social skills
This 6-week online course begins May 26th!
Contact / Call to Reserve Your Child’s Spot Today!