Group Sessions


Social Speech Groups

It’s playtime! One of the best ways to learn is in a group setting and we provide options to fit the needs and interests of as many kids as we can. Read below to learn about our offered classes.

Fall Groups registration is closed.

Our Fall programs will run the week of September 18th through the week of November 20th. We will take a week off for Fall Break the week of October 14th.

Call our office or e-mail to ask any questions about our Fall Group Programs.

We accept insurance and private pay funding for groups.



Preschool Playskills

Ages 2-3 || Wednesdays 2:00-2:45pm

The Preschool Playskills group is a therapeutic approach to social development. The group is a fun, interactive program focused on building skills in the areas of language, play and social development. It is designed to develop play skills, while eliciting age-appropriate language through natural opportunities for social interactions. Children will be engaged in a variety of adult and child directed activities, in order to develop language, articulation and social skills. These skills include, but are not limited to, joint attention, circle-time and waiting, turn-taking, sharing, and pairing language with nonverbal social skills.


Lunch Bunch

Ages 4-5 ||  Wednesdays 12:30-1:15pm

This social skills group focuses on building social relationships with children who just started or are about to enter school. This group is appropriate for children who are able to carry on brief back and forth conversations. Conversation maintenance and collaborative play skills are addressed, while developing peer relationships. There will be a focus on improving attention to peers, good listening skills, turn-taking, social language and strategies for building friendships—all during lunch & snack time!

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Social Thinking

School Age Social Thinking (Ages 7-9) Wednesdays 4:30-5:15pm
Teens and Tweens Social Thinking: Wednesdays 5:15-6pm

Our social thinking groups will focus on ways to break down, discuss, and implement abstract social concepts with elementary, middle-school, and high-school students. Lessons are organized into categories that include friendship, perspective taking, self-monitoring, being part of a group, effective communication, making plans to be with others, problem solving, and more. Practical life skills will be addressed through monthly field trips into the community.