Social Language Group

The social language groups are therapeutic social skill groups offered by speech and language therapy. They are designed to teach social skills, as well as to improve conversation skills. Children with a language delay or significant pragmatic language disorder will benefit most from this group.  Areas addressed include:

  • Group participation
  • Initiating/responding
  • Sharing
  • Asking/offering help
  • Giving/accepting compliments
  • Cooperative play
  • Developing positive peer relationships
  • Teamwork

Functional language is required for appropriate participation. Children are pre-screened to be matched with peers of a similar age and communication level for maximum benefit to the child. Social Language Groups pdf »