Is your child bright but struggling socially?
The signs your child is struggling socially may include:
- Your child often prefers to play alone or immerse him-/herself in technology (video games, etc);
- Your child appears to be socially isolated during recess and/or during organized team sports;
- Your child is increasingly anxious about social situations and has trouble integrating into the group;
- Your child reports feeling “left out”, disliked, or “mocked” by his/her peers;
- Your child has trouble making friends and keeping them;
- Your child demonstrates a lack of interest in socializing or getting to know same-age peers;
- Your child is frustrated by his/her inability to communicate with peers and engage in conversation;
What could be going on with my child?
- Poor language skills, pragmatic skills, and/or critical thinking for social success;
- Gaps in ability to read social cues and respond appropriately;
- Child has been socially stigmatized by peers as “different” and can’t seem to overcome this label;
- Child lacks appropriate social models in his/ her daily life;
- Undiagnosed speech/ language deficits, especially pragmatic language;
- Poor social thinking skills affecting conversational discourse;
- Other gap in social skills or developmental capability related to language/ social thinking.
We Can Help!
We develop a unique, customized 1:1 program for each of our children to ensure they get the skills they need to
succeed today, tomorrow, and for their brightest future.