I always believe that school is the best place for children to learn and practice social skills because they spend the majority of their time with peers. But teachers don’t teach and don’t have to teach a class in social skills, and the number of children who have social difficulty in school is increasing. Good social skills require good verbal skills and good body language skills. Children with communication difficulties appear uncooperative, defiant, and rude and often resort to tantrum. It is very important to identified earlier this critical skills and help your child to develop social skills at earlier age. If your child has social difficulty we can help your child to develop and improve social skills.
SOCIAL INTERACTION & LANGUAGE SKILLS
Play Skills is important as Academic Skills & Social Skills. A child who can’t play appropriately will have a very hard time making social connections, because children’s’ communication and interaction occur through play.