CCS is now offering supplemental programming to promote development and support social engagement. Our groups are designed for kiddos who may or may not be in therapy. We have a variety of play and social groups for children ages 2-7 in our new space right next door to our main clinic. Each group is play-based, inclusive and run by a developmental therapist.
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Little Explorers (18 Months – 5Yrs) Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays 9:30-11:30 or Wednesdays & Fridays 12:30-2:30
January 9th – 19 Week Session (No classes week of March 27th)
A preschool readiness program that will target pre-academic skills in a fun and engaging environment. Each session will include circle time, gross and fine motor activities, crafts, facilitated play & emphasis on social skills. This class is perfect for kiddos who will be planning on attending a preschool program in the near future. During group, we introduce circle time and transition between group activities including; sensory play, art, fine and gross motor activities, social and free play.
CCS Pediatric Therapy & Family Wellness provides weekly therapeutic group sessions to improve social communication skills. Groups are based on age and areas of need, with 2-6 children in each. We currently provide groups for children in preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school. Our social groups are influenced by the work of Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke, as well as by authors such as Joel Shaul and Julia Cook. Our modified curriculum focuses on the following areas:
- Joint engagement
- Play expansion
- Collaborative activities
- Interpreting body language and facial expressions
- Tracking eye gaze to determine what someone is looking at or thinking about
- Conversational skills
- Friendship building and maintenance
- Understanding hidden social rules
- Understanding and using sarcasm and humor
- Conflict resolution
- Interview skills
- Perspective taking
- And More!
Early Elementary Social Group (K-2) Fridays 4:00-5:00
June 9th – July 28th (8 week session)
A therapeutic K-2 SOCIAL GROUP run by a speech and language pathologist and clinical aide. The group focuses on age appropriate social skills in a group setting.
Themed sessions following the Social Problem Solvers Curriculum include:
Social communication skills
Social behaviors in group
Following rules and
Girls Social Group (High School) – Mondays 5:00-6:00
The HS social group is a fun, laid-back and engaging group that meets clients on their level. This rapport building and community like group works through day-to-day positives and challenges, while working alongside a curriculum. Our HS social group curriculum is influenced by the work of Michelle Garcia Winner, Social Thinking for Tweens and Teens. Our modified curriculum focuses on the following areas:
* Incorporating Social Thinking into the Classroom in Early Adolescence
* What is Social Communication?
* Problem Solving individually and as a group
* Understanding Emotions/Feelings and interpreting them
* Learning and applying different perspectives
* Learning to be an active member in a group in different roles
* Social Rules
* Participating in a group
* Reading a Room (nonverbal and verbal language)
* Understanding Figurative Language
* Understanding and using sarcasm/ humor appropriately
* Interview skills
Summer Camp (2Yrs – 4Yrs) Monday thru Friday 9:30-12:00
Begins June 5th (8 week session)
*Optional Lunch Bunch Run by an SLP
A low-ratio therapeutic summer camp program run by a developmental therapist and speech therapist with support from OTs & PTs.
Each day includes a consistent schedule with…
Small groups facilitated by a SLP
Social skills & play expansion
Sensory play & regulation strategies
Gross & Fine motor activities
Introduction to classroom-like routines and expectations
CCS offers weekly feeding groups for picky eaters. Each week different foods are provided for the children to learn about, look at, smell, taste, and categorize. These groups have a strong focus on FUN in order to create positive new experiences with a variety of foods. Guidance for food chaining at home is additionally provided in order to increase the foods the child is exposed to outside of the clinic, and ultimately to expand the child’s diet.
Please contact us for further information at [email protected].