Therapeutic Team Building for Connection & Growth THERAPEUTIC CONCEPTS 38257 Mound Rd BLDG D, Suite 200 Sterling Heights, MI 48310 586-722-7524 firstname.lastname@example.org Gross Motor Skills (team-orientated scavenger hunts, obstacle courses
What is it? PEERS helps build social skills for youth with developmental delays and autism. It’s a parent-assisted intervention that helps kids (ages 10-18) that have difficulty making and keeping
Activities Therapeutic Team Building for Connection and Growth through: -Gross Motor Skills (team orientated scavenger hunts, obstacle courses & relays) -Fine Motor (team arts/crafts projects and play) -Sensory Needs addressed
Specialized classes focusing on teaching and practicing specific social skills in a clinic setting. Adaptations/Modifications and sensory items provided as needed by Certified Recreational Therapists. COST: $28.00 Per Class, Register
Basic Information:• PEERS® is an evidence-based social skills intervention for teens, who are interested inlearning how to make and maintain friends.• Teens are taught social skills through didactic lessons/role-play demonstrations
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When my daughter, Bianca, was younger it felt as though only families who were wealthy were able to provide for all of the needs of their children with autism, and