We have just completed a wonderful year building social skills, emotional regulation and social communication for elementary girls and boys. During parent conferences we loved hearing about how our clients were experiencing social growth including play dates, playing with others at recess, school success and better communication and emotional regulation at home. We are now accepting clients for next year. We have selected openings in our groups and would be happy to talk to interested parents about our program. To get in touch please email us at email@example.com or call or text our new business phone 206-999-0709 and we will get back to you!
We are please to announce that we have now added a group for high school adolescents to our
services. The group is slated to begin in mid-September and run for 12 consecutive weeks. Services are tailored to the needs of the group and can include work on social communication, understanding attraction and dating, managing high school work load, building and deepening friendships, and managing intense emotions. Group is limited to six and will fill quickly. Call 206-227-6294 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. for more information or to begin the intake process.
At Seattle Social Skills Support we run groups from September thru May. We have had a wonderful year and have seen our clients make incredible progress! We are anticipating openings in selected groups for Fall 2016. We are now scheduling initial phone intakes for new children and adolescents who are interested in joining us in the Fall. If you are interested in learning more about our services please call us at 206-227-6294 or email us at email@example.com.
If you began 2016 thinking it is time to help your child or adolescent with social skills, there is still time for this school year. We currently have 1-2 openings in all of our groups. If you are interested call us at 206-227-6294 for more information or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with your family!
We are pleased to announce that starting in September of 2015 we will be offering a specialized group for girls in 4th and 5th grades. The group will be at 1:30 in the afternoon on Saturdays beginning mid-September. This group will focus on the highly nuanced social skills that girls use, dealing with typical friendship challenges and building true friendships, rumors, gossip and rumor blocking. Social media and bullying will be addressed. Also included will be how to work effectively in cooperative groups at school and other middle school preparation activities. Group is limited to six girls. For more information call 206-227-6294 or email us at email@example.com.
We are just concluding our program for 2014-15 and will have openings in selected groups next year.
If you are looking for a social skills program for your child in 1st to 6th grade , or adolescent in middle school or high school give us a call at 206-227-6294. We will be doing intakes over the summer so everyone will be ready to start right away come mid-September. Call 206-227-6294 or email us at:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We are looking forward to meeting you and working with your family to build resilience in your child or adolescent. Paige Tangney and Patty Dawson
November 8, 2014
We are happy to announce our name change to Seattle Social Skills Support. We have been serving children and families since 2008 as Seattle Aspergers Support. Over the years it has become clear that we serve a wide variety of children, some of whom have Asperger's Syndrome, but many of whom do not. What is apparent is that we are serving children and youth in need of developing social skills, social communication, and emotional regulation. The stronger these skills are, the more resilient the children are as they face life's challenges.
We wanted our name to reflect this wider scope of service but will continue to support our clients as we have done since 2008. We love watching our clients grow socially and emotionally and experience success in their lives. We appreciate our parents dedication and support of their children . We love being a part of their support team. Paige Tangney and Patricia Dawson