Social skills Students learning how to follow directions while working together as a team. 

Social Skills group

Groups meet once a week for 45 minutes 

“Social thinking” curriculum by Michelle Garcia Winner will be used in addition to other evidence based practices. 

This group is designed for children experiencing difficulty with verbal and non-verbal social communication. Social skills are addressed in a fun, relaxed atmosphere to promote carryover.  Skills such as using appropriate eye contact, making friends, maintaining a conversation, sharing and the understanding of how their actions can impact those around them in both a positive and negative way will be addressed. 

Problem solving, conflict resolution, bullying, and rules of conversation will be addressed in the Middle School & High School Groups. 

​*Students will be grouped according to functioning level in addition to grade level.    

​Evaluations include

  • Standardized testing instruments
  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Case history and medical

  • Parent interviews

  • Observations of functional communication in an informal setting

  • Collaboration with caregiver, teacher and school therapist

  Link2Speech Therapy & Behavior Clinic


Link2Speech Therapy & Behavior Services 

Individual and group speech therapy 

1:1 ABA-Applied Behavior Analysis

Occupational Therapy 


Complete evaluations 

Diagnostic reports with individualized treatment plans 

Social skills training individual and small group sessions

Link2Speech home and school generalization activities 

Consultations/collaboration with teachers and other professionals 

Regular progress reports

Parent/caregiver meetings, updates on progress and carryover activities for the home setting


​​​Evaluations and treatment for

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Social skills (group and individual)

  • Behavior difficulties 

  • Auditory Processing

  • Expressive and receptive language delay

  • ​Augmentative Communication

  • Articulation

  • Fluency

  • Learning Disabilities 

  • Reading

  • Apraxia