Spring Social Skills 2018 2018-02-03T14:07:02+00:00

Superhero Social Skills |

Encouraging Social Development through peer interaction and role-play

Taught by: Narissa Ventress, M.A., CCC-SLP

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FROM THE AUTHOR: DR. WILLIAM R. JENSON

 

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Superheroes Social Skills is an evidence-based program that enhances the social competence of elementary students with autism spectrum disorders(ASD), behavioral disorders, or developmental delays. Superheroes was specifically designed to improve the social skills of high-functioning children with ASD, but is also appropriate for any student who needs to learn to interact appropriately with peers and adults. Superheroes teaches 17 critical social skills:

        • Getting Ready
        • Following Directions
        • Reducing Anxiety
        • Participating
        • Imitating
        • Body Basics
        • Expressing Wants and Needs
        • Joint Attention
        • Turn Taking
        • Responding to Questions and Requests
        • Conversation
        • Recognizing Emotions in Yourself and Others
        • Perspective Taking
        • Reporting a Problem
        • Recognizing and Reporting Bullying
        • Responding to Bullying
        • Problem Solving and Safety

Superheroes is the perfect program for special education teachers, counselors, school psychologists, and speech/language pathologists who work with students who are resistant to adult instruction. In this program, the Superhero characters introduce social skill steps via Fast-Hands Animation. Peers provide video models, and students view social narratives on Digital Comics. Students practice skills steps in role-plays, social games, free time, and in generalized settings at home and at school.

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Superhero Social Skills |

Encouraging Social Development through peer interaction and role-play

Setup Appointment

FROM THE AUTHOR: DR. WILLIAM R. JENSON

 

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Superheroes Social Skills is an evidence-based program that enhances the social competence of elementary students with autism spectrum disorders(ASD), behavioral disorders, or developmental delays. Superheroes was specifically designed to improve the social skills of high-functioning children with ASD, but is also appropriate for any student who needs to learn to interact appropriately with peers and adults. Superheroes teaches 17 critical social skills:

        • Getting Ready
        • Following Directions
        • Reducing Anxiety
        • Participating
        • Imitating
        • Body Basics
        • Expressing Wants and Needs
        • Joint Attention
        • Turn Taking
        • Responding to Questions and Requests
        • Conversation
        • Recognizing Emotions in Yourself and Others
        • Perspective Taking
        • Reporting a Problem
        • Recognizing and Reporting Bullying
        • Responding to Bullying
        • Problem Solving and Safety

Superheroes is the perfect program for special education teachers, counselors, school psychologists, and speech/language pathologists who work with students who are resistant to adult instruction. In this program, the Superhero characters introduce social skill steps via Fast-Hands Animation. Peers provide video models, and students view social narratives on Digital Comics. Students practice skills steps in role-plays, social games, free time, and in generalized settings at home and at school.

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