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Neptune

Program Objective: 

 

Enhance social experiences for children with established conversational skills by fostering growth in various social skill areas, including social awareness, communication, interactions, learning, and relatedness. 

Children in this program will learn how to:

  • Understand the different perspectives of others

  • Advocating for themselves

  • Understand the different social conflicts

  • Initiate and build peer relationships

  • Understand the size of the problems

  • Identify the reaction/solution to the problems

  • Understand other's non-verbal communication cues and react to them appropriately

  • Give comments or opinions without hurting others' feelings

  • Work as a pair and with a team

 

Program Structure:

 

Neptune offers a dynamic small-group setting for children with developed conversational skills. Activities, games, and experiential learning focus on critical social skill areas:

  • Social Awareness: Understanding group dynamics and appropriate behaviour.

  • Social Communication: Encouraging both response to and initiation of social interactions.

  • Social Interactions: Building skills in initiating and sustaining play, reciprocity, and handling social challenges.

  • Social Learning: Cultivating the ability to learn from peers and observe social behaviours.

  • Social Relatedness: Promoting tolerance of peer presence and fostering genuine interest and engagement.

 

Measurement:

 

Regular assessments track progress in each social skill area. Success is measured through observable improvements in group participation, peer interactions, and the application of learned skills in real-life social situations. Feedback from participants and their caregivers also contributes to ongoing program refinement.

Taubman, M.T., Leaf, R.B., McEachin, J., & Driscoll, M. (2011). Crafting connections: Contemporary applied behaviour analysis for enriching the social lives of persons with autism spectrum disorder. New York, NY: DRL Books.

 

Green. S.E. (2010). Don't Pick On Me. Help for Kids to Stand Up to  & Deal with Bullies. Oakland. CA: Instant Help Books.

Date & Time

Spring Term 2024

*Starting from Apr 2 to Jun 30

Friday 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

NEW!! Fall Term 2024

*Starting from Sep 9 to Dec 14

Wednesday 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm

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For Intermediate

Gr. 5-7

Each Class Size up to 7 kids
In-person Group Session 

The program will be designed and facilitated by

Behaviour Consultant

Course Fees

[Spring Term] CAD 1680/ 12 classes
[Fall Term CAD 1820 / 13 classes

additional to the 1:1 session fee.

The program term payments must be paid in full for the entire term prior to the first day of the term.

The 1:1 BI session fee is paid monthly.

For existing students, please directly register the program, click here

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