Social Skills Training for Autism | Steps to Progress

Social Skills

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After clients have mastered prerequisite skills, we work to improve their skills in social interaction within ABA social skills groups. Our in-clinic social groups are organized by age and skill level to maximize opportunities for improving social interaction. The groups are based primarily on receiving one-on-one treatment so that each client receives individual monitoring and feedback within the group setting.

Clients in social skills groups work on following instructions, interactions, observational learning, imitation, and many other skills. In addition to improving social interaction, social groups establish skills that are important prerequisites of social, behavioral, and communication skills for school attendance.


We assign therapy to children on a 1-on-1 basis. One therapist to one child and all therapists are trained to react and “think on their feet.”