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Groups & Workshops

Social skills Builders Kids Klub - A social skills group for children with developmental delay: An exciting group for pre-teens between the ages of 8 to 12 years with special needs. This group helps promote social skills, including conversational skills and turn taking.

The group meets once a week, for 10 weeks.  Children meet with clinicians from the team to determine the best fit with the group.  

Teen Talk - Social skills and Human Sexuality group for adolescents with developmental delay: This social skills enhancement group is for teenagers between the ages of 12-15 years with special needs. The group meets after school once a week for 12 weeks.

Topics covered include conversational skills, social skills and information about pubertal issues. Teens meet with clinicians with the team to determine the best fit with the group.  

Teen Talk 2 - Social skills and Human Sexuality group for adolescents with developmental delay: This social skills enhancement group is for teenagers between the ages of 15-18 years with special needs. The group meets after school once a week for 15 weeks.

Topics covered include conversational skills, social skills and information about human sexuality. Teens meet with clinicians from the team to determine the best fit with the group.  

Coping with Bedtime:  A two-session workshop for parents of preschoolers about common bedtime challenges and how to face them.

Toilet Readiness:  This one-session workshop focuses on "readiness" and how to build on your child's abilities to support the development of toileting skills. 

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