Social Skills "First Steps to Making True Friends" (Autism, ADHD, anxiety, OCD)
Taught by an SLP this class teaches the foundation steps necessary to develop friendships. Topics include understanding the definition of a true friend, what friends should do/not do, and ways to be friendly to peers. This class is open to anyone that needs to build their friendship skills. There does not need to be a diagnosis.
Robin Murphy M.S.CCC/SLP/L
2 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
learners per class
How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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INTRODUCTION This group is targeted toward those with ASD, autism, and/or social skill challenges, but open to anyone that needs to build their friendship skills. There does not need to be a diagnosis. WHAT WILL BE TAUGHT Basic friendship skills for learners between the ages of 8-12 will be taught through the use of games, video clips, group discussions, and slides. TOPICS COVERED Specific skills covered include understanding the definition of a true friend, learning what friends should...
Students will demonstrate the skill to: ~Define a true friend ~Describe what friends do/friendly acts ~Describe what friends should NOT do/unfriendly acts ~Learn ways to be friendly to new people
I am a Speech Language Pathologist and an Assistant Professor at Saint Louis University with a special interest in autism. I am also the parent of a son with autism. I have been a speech language pathologist and taught in the field for 24 years. My credentials are as follows: B.S. in Speech Pathology M.S. in Speech Pathology Assistant Clinical Professor at Saint Louis University Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology Mo Licensed Il Licensed ISHA, ASHA, MSHA member Parent of a child with autism National and local conference presenter
An extension activity is provided at the end of the group session
Progress is assessed through student answers and participation. An introductory email will be sent to students and family before the class starts. A performance email will be sent to parents after session.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
YouTube and GimKit will be utilized in a screen share fashion and no account is required on the part of the learner.
We will use the website YouTube to watch short pre-selected video clips of social situations which depict persons from a variety of ethnic backgrounds. We will use GimKit for trivia games. We will use the book "Spotlight on Social Skills - Elementary" as a main part of our curriculum.
Robin Murphy M.S.CCC/SLP/L
Autism and Communication SLP / Parent of a child with autism!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
4 completed classes
Hello and welcome to my speech and language therapy page dedicated to children/adolescents with autism. First, let me start of by saying that I am the parent of a child with autism and I understand a parents wish to support their child as much...