Program that pairs students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in one-to-one friendships with typical peers. Planned social events provide the opportunity for adults with IDD to be involved in campus and community life.
Nonprofit organization employing Social Support Coordinators to work on individualized plans, focus on consumer interests, help navigate barriers, promote a better quality of life and increase access to recreational opportunities.
Therapeutic services using a unique approach based on symptoms and the whole child, versus a diagnosis or label. Offers speech, occupational, physical therapies, social skills groups and child psychology. SDRC or fee for service.
Small group sessions facilitated by credentialed teachers for neurodiverse kids ages 13–18 to hang out, have fun and practice social skills. All abilities welcome; one Saturday a month; cost dependent on activity.
Speech language assessment and treatment with programs that address social and language difficulties associated with receptive and expressive language delays, pragmatic language delays, social skill deficits, ADHD/ADD and ASD. Extensive parent training is a critical part of their programs.
Community and ABA-based social skills groups give children and teens opportunities to generalize skills in natural and fun recreational settings. Age-appropriate groups 1:1 and 3:1 are offered to provide the best support while maintaining independence.