Social Communication & Self-regulation Group

Social and self-regulation skills are essential for social, emotional and academic success. While some children come by these skills naturally, others benefit from explicit instruction. In our fun and interactive social and self-regulation groups, kids work together to enhance these skills.  Sessions include active movement, arts and crafts, games, and role play. In these groups, kids learn to explore cognitive and sensory strategies and to develop tools to manage their self-regulation and social abilities in different situations.

Parents learn how to support the strategies their children are developing in their group by observing the group sessions through a one-way mirror and with feedback and resources provided at the end of each session.

Our social and self-regulation groups are facilitated by a speech language pathologist and occupational therapists with specialized training in social communication and self-regulation respectively. Our programs are based on the Social Thinking curriculum and Zones of Regulation program. Groups are divided according to age and needs.

Please note: Payment for group is taken upfront and sessions are non-refundable. In the case of a missed session, the facilitator will provide all handouts that were missed during that session.

Please contact us for more information on registration and start times.


Social Communication Group

This 6-session group is designed to explore and develop social thinking and social communication skills in a dynamic, peer-based and supportive environment.

Participants will be engaged in various activities and discussions aimed at developing social self-awareness, perspective taking, problem solving and self-regulation skills while learning to work as part of a team and share space effectively with others. Sessions will include facilitated conversation, games, video analysis and role-play to develop social communication awareness in a fun and interactive manner. 

This group has been developed based on the Social Thinking® curriculum and is led by a registered Speech-Language Pathologist. Participants will receive an official speech-language pathology receipt that can be submitted to insurance. Please contact your benefits provider to inquire about coverage. Groups are divided according to age and needs.

Please note: Payment for group is taken upfront and sessions are non-refundable. In the case of a missed session, the facilitator will provide all handouts that were missed during that session.


Please contact us for more information on registration and start times.

Social Communication Group: A Conversation Club for Teens

This group is designed for teenagers looking for a safe environment to build upon and develop their social pragmatic language skills. This group will focus on initiating and maintaining conversations, along with reading and understanding body language and hidden social rules. Teens will learn how to lead discussions and stay on topic while building relationships with their peers. Sessions will include structured hands on activities, and the use of videos and current news to facilitate conversation, as well as informal discussion lead by each participant. This group has been developed based on the Social Thinking curriculum and is led by a registered Speech-Language Pathologist.

Please note: Payment for group is taken upfront and sessions are non-refundable. In the case of a missed session, the facilitator will provide all handouts that were missed during that session.

Please contact us for more information on registration and start times.