Social skills help autistic teenagers build relationships and make friends. This is good for their well-being and confidence

What is Social Skills Therapy?

Social skills for autistic teenagers include:

  • understanding what other people are thinking and feeling

  • understanding facial expressions and body language

  • adapting

  • to new social situations

  • solving social problems, like what to do when you disagree with someone

  • understanding unwritten social rules

  • sharing interests with other teenagers. stuff

Why is Social Skills Therapy Important?

Students with poor social skills have been shown to:

  • Experience difficulties in interpersonal relationships with parents, teachers, and peers.

  • Evoke highly negative responses from others that lead to high levels of peer rejection.

  • Peer rejection has been linked on several occasions with school violence.

  • Show signs of depression, aggression, and anxiety.

  • Demonstrate poor academic performance as an indirect consequence.

  • Show a higher incidence of involvement in the criminal justice system as an adult

What Techniques are used?

Strategies include:

  • role-play,

  • self-management techniques,

  • social groups,

  • social media,

  • social skills training,

  • social stories,

  • TV programs,

  • video-modelling,

  • visual supports

How We are Different?

You no longer need to feel stuck and frustrated with trying to make conversations and feeling disconnected from friends.
Social Skills Therapy allows you to reach your potential so that they can interact more appropriately and participate in conversations with others. Our Unique Step-by-step method guides you through the process and when we work as a 'team'

Any Questions?

How do I know if my loved one needs help?

As a parent/carer, you may notice that your child is struggling to keep up with their peers and need support. Perhaps they're feeling stressed in social situations, and they are reluctant to give enough or clear explanation so you can understand them fully. 

If you're an adult or a carer of an adult with significant communication difficulties, then you may have experienced the frustration of getting your message across. You can speak to Bev straightaway when you book a demo at a mutually convenient time online and we can discuss all your requirements then

Will Online input really help my child/adult?

Online input is effective for children and adults with speech and communication needs because it provides access to specialized services from the comfort of their homes. It also allows for greater flexibility in scheduling and enables therapists to use interactive technologies to engage and motivate clients.

What age group do you work with?

Although Beverly has worked for over 30 years, with children as young as 3,  she now concentrates her efforts on children who are over 8 years old and especially those who are preparing to enter secondary education. She is passionate about enabling adults to communicate more effectively at home and in the workplace.

What is the assessment process?

You'll start by completing the referral form with various questions after Beverley has taken a case history. She will start the assessment process which will be dynamic and gradual incorporating various areas based on your concerns. If you require a formal written Report, there will be an extra charge starting from £100 depending on the complexity. Beverley will give you a verbal report of each assessment component, but their assessments are not standardized, but will be comprehensive so that the client can get the best results during the treatment process.

She likes to involve the carer in the therapeutic process because it's important for the consolidation of activities given

Are Assessments Formal & Standardized?

No. Assessments are dynamic which is important because it provides an abundance of information. They tell us so much more about an individual's abilities. It shows us the degrees of knowledge within a client; what they are able to do. It also offers a starting point for instruction

How long do I need this input?

Once Bev has completed the assessment, she will have a clearer idea of the next steps. On average, input is once a week for around nine weeks.But this can change according to the complexity of each case. You will be advised accordingly.

Can I cancel the session?

We have a 24 hour cancellation policy. Anything more than 24 hours can be cancelled or rearranged without charge. If sessions are cancelled with less than 24 hours they will be fully charge

How do I pay for sessions?

Once you have completed your free consultation, you will be given a link for a page where you can book a block of sessions and pay for it in advance.

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