Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Does my child need to be a current student?
No. We welcome any new children that would like to participate in our groups!
2. Is there parking?
Yes, there is a lot of extra parking past the Arc building, where the Burnt Bridge walking trail begins.
3. Can I sign my child up for more than one group?
Please do not sign your child up for more than one group per day. We have found that this is a very long time for children and would prefer that a child attend only one group per day.
5. Is this play-based?
Yes. Kelsey, our Speech Pathologist leading the groups, is very engaging and enthusiastic about preparing programs that your child will love! Please feel free to share any specific interests or topics that your child especially enjoys!
We are excited to start up our summer enrichment groups for speech, language, and social skills! Each group is led by a certified Speech Language Pathologist that is trained to provide an engaging and motivating activities to target each group's goals.
All groups will target:
Speech - Speech sounds
Language - enriching receptive and expressive language through play and interactions
Social Communication - help with communication skills such as: greetings, requesting, taking turns, cooperative play, problem solving, as well as understanding gestures and body language. This group program will teach children and teens to work on their social language skills in a fun group format with same aged peers.
**All groups must have 3-4 children enrolled
Purchase the group you'd like to attend and a questionnaire form will be emailed to you, asking for more information about your child (name, date of birth, main concerns, etc.).
Questions? Email email@example.com
In addition to purchasing a session below, please also fill out this registration form:
Teen Social Skills Group, M-Th, July 22-26 at 9:00-10:30 am
Learning to initiate and take turns during a conversation, staying on topic, asking relevant questions or responding with related ideas during conversation. Making and keeping friends.
Active listening, problem solving with peers. Led by a licensed Speech Language Pathologist.