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Social Communication

Children with Special Educational Needs may misinterpret interactions and may have difficulties with both interaction and communication skills. Children with autism for example often have difficulty processing verbal information and may lack the understanding of the purpose of reciprocal interactions. Children may be highly anxious about social situations, this may lead to social isolation and fewer natural opportunities.


During daily social communication intervention groups, children play fun games which respond to their interests. They follow a repetitive structure that they can understand and follow. Children learn to have fun, have contact and interaction with each other within a small group in a fun atmosphere. Children develop their non-verbal and verbal skills and can apply what they learn and practice their new skills within the classroom during choosing time.