Social Skills Challenges? How Parents and Teachers Can Intervene to Help a Child Find Social Success

by | Last updated Jan 25, 2021

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Looking for your next Parent Teacher Organization meeting topic?

We’ve got the answer.

We are Dr. Willard and Dr. Kroncke, authors and creators of the free framework

We are licensed psychologists and nationally certified school psychologists who have expertise in working with children and families to address learning needs in 11 areas, including behavioral, emotional, social, language and learning needs.

We all want our kids to be successful socially at school.

But some kids can have challenges.

Some parents may be noticing that their child is struggling in conversation.

Some children have a hard time developing meaningful relationships with others. Some children have a hard time understanding other people’s emotions and experience.

We are experts in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorders and have a wealth of experience in supporting social development in children and adolescents. Check out our practice, CLEAR Child Psychology.

Children with many different learning profiles may struggle socially. For example, children with anxiety or attention problems may have difficulty in social relationships even while they do not have autism.

We can talk to your PTO about how parents and teachers can intervene to help children find social success.

Using our free framework, we will help families and schools learn how to support students who have social challenges.

We will help you take a CLEAR LEAP forward!

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