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Early exposure to social integration skills provides a solid foundation rooted in awareness, confidence, and know-how for children with autism and similar social learning differences. Social Motion reinforces core character traits while raising age-relevant social awareness and putting that awareness into motion through active learning. Elementary social skills classes focus on important social basics and group interaction, awareness, observation, and the building blocks for successful friendship!
Without guidance and a clear strategy, young people with autism and related conditions struggle to make friends and interact appropriately in social situations. Social Motion, Inc. programs address these issues with:
Social Motion offers support through parent training and referrals from around the world. While the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the way we interact with one another, understanding a special-needs child has its own set of challenges.
For families who have not previously participated in the Social Motion, Inc. program, the cost is $450.00 and includes a $50.00 registration fee, which must be paid by the 1st day of the1st session. New families must also satisfy the interview requirement to participate. RSVP by contacting Dr. Eloise Pinckney, Ph.D., D.A.P.A.
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