Social Skills Therapy

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Symptoms

Common challenges that children face in their early years include: difficulty in cooperatively playing with other children, sharing, following rules of the games and difficulty in losing. 

Symptoms

Common challenges that children face in their early years include: difficulty in cooperatively playing with other children, sharing, following rules of the games and difficulty in losing. 

Assessment

Our detailed, in-person assessments include; IQ Assessment, Overall Developmental Assessment, Motor Skills Assessment, Adaptive Behaviour Assessment, Social Skills Assessment, etc. All assessments are carried out by our team of Paediatric Experts. 

Assessment

Our detailed, in-person assessments include; IQ Assessment, Overall Developmental Assessment, Motor Skills Assessment, Adaptive Behaviour Assessment, Social Skills Assessment, etc. All assessments are carried out by our team of Paediatric Experts. 

Therapy Plan

After assessing the child, the Paediatric Therapist will identify areas where the child is struggling being with other children both in school and at home. Through this training the child learns to respond appropriately in various social situation, develop sharing and also how to cope up with losing. The therapist will devise a plan that is tailored to the child’s needs and evolving requirements. 

Therapy Plan

Our detailed, in-person assessments include; IQ Assessment, Overall Developmental Assessment, Motor Skills Assessment, Adaptive Behaviour Assessment, Social Skills Assessment, etc. All assessments are carried out by our team of Paediatric Experts. 

Related Condition

Every child is unique, and their journey to clear communication is too. Some hurdles might be part of a larger picture. Here’s how various conditions can intersect with social skills challenges. 

Related Condition

Every child is unique, and their journey to clear communication is too. Some hurdles might be part of a larger picture. Here’s how various conditions can intersect with social skills challenges. 

Case Studies

Discover our video case studies on children’s progress, showcasing challenges, assessments, and therapy results. These stories illustrate our personalized care approach and its impact, offering hope to families.

Discover our video case studies on children’s progress, showcasing challenges, assessments, and therapy results. These stories illustrate our personalized care approach and its impact, offering hope to families.

Appointments

If your child is showing any of the symptoms mentioned above, please call us to schedule a confidential appointment with our Paediatric Experts.

If your child is showing any of the symptoms mentioned above, please call us to schedule a confidential appointment with our Paediatric Experts.

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Social skills training is a therapeutic process designed to teach individuals the skills needed to interact positively and effectively with others in social contexts.

Unlike other therapies that may focus on internal processes, social skills training is action-oriented, focusing on external social interactions and behaviors.

Signs include difficulty making friends, challenges with maintaining conversations, or misunderstandings of social cues.

 

Yes, these might include missing social cues, inappropriate responses in conversations, or an inability to form and maintain relationships.

Techniques often include role-playing, social stories, peer feedback, and structured group activities to practice new skills.

 

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