Social Communication Activities

Most children pick up social skills on their own without much direct instruction.  For children with social language impairments, that just isn’t the case.  These children often need to be directly taught the rules that govern our social interactions.  Here are some quick break-downs of many different social and pragmatic skills so you’ll know how to teach them to your clients directly.

Verbal Communication:

Social Cognition:

Social Interaction:

Service Delivery Methods:

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