Group Therapy classes and the use of peer role modeling can be very beneficial for children that need extra support to socialize and interact with their peers, need encouragement to try new things, practice using language skills, follow instructions and make new friends.
Socialization groups focus on building social skills, peer interactions, and the social use of language. This group includes pretend play, sensory play, and socialization activities.
Feeding groups focus on building feeding skills for children who may be picky eaters or have feeding difficulties. This group is beneficial for children who experience food aversions, food refusal, chewing difficulties or sensory sensitivities. The group will build a foundation for positive experiences with a variety of food textures and tastes.