We’ll Help Your Child Build Social Skills 

Social skills are essential for shaping relationships and connecting with others. From facial expressions to verbal and nonverbal communication, a range of interactions play into how we interact with one another.

At BCI, we help children build social skills, including:

  • Interactive play
  • Pretend play
  • Initiating conversation
  • Taking turns
  • Following directions
  • Respecting boundaries
  • Identifying emotions
  • Showing empathy

Learning social skills can be an integral part of engaging with family members, friends, and the community. 

People on the autism spectrum often find it hard to pick up on social cues, take part in meaningful conversations, and build relationships. At BCI, we use compassionate, contemporary ABA therapy to help your child build skills and confidence in social settings. 

Design Element Shape

Ways We Unlock Social Skills: 

Discussion, modeling, role play, and positive reinforcement

Art projects and other fun, structured indoor and outdoor activities

We understand the importance of helping children with autism learn social skills to succeed in school and life. We have developed a comprehensive approach based on science and time-tested techniques that have enabled thousands of families to manage the unique challenges associated with autism. 

Many of our locations run daytime, after-school, and seasonal Social Skills Programs. To find a location who offers social skills near you, visit our location finder here.