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I’m Ashley Rose and I help professionals and organizations develop and expand evidence based, trauma informed, neurodiversity affirming play and social skills groups. The model is based on 10 years of research, and direct service work providing social skills supports to learners preschool – young adult via differentiated service delivery models to best meet the needs of each participant according to age, developmental level, identified socially significant goals, interests and preferences. Mission Cognition was formed in 2013 with single focus on social skills intervention and supports in response to a recognized unmet need in the community. Since it’s inception, we’ve made loads of mistakes and learned many lessons the hard way regarding what it really takes to offer a high quality, effective and ethical social group service to a population with highly diverse and individualized needs. The good news is, that means you don’t have to! We’ve laid the foundation so you can jump to the good stuff.
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers …
- What are the benefits of running a social skills group program for my clients?
- How do I identify which clients would benefit from a social skills group program?
- What are the different types of social skills group programs, and which one is best suited for my clients?
- How do I design a social skills group program that is tailored to the unique needs of my clients?
- What are the best evidence-based practices for running a social skills group program?
- How do I create a trauma-informed, neurodiversity affirming environment for my social skills group program?
- What kind of materials and resources will I need to run a social skills group program?
- How do I measure the effectiveness of my social skills group program?
- How can I market my social skills group program to potential clients and their families?
- What kind of training or support do I need to be able to run a successful social skills group program?
- How do I collaborate with other professionals who may be involved in my clients’ care (e.g., speech therapists, occupational therapists, etc.)?
- How do I ensure that my social skills group program remains ethical and adheres to best practices in the field of behavior analysis?
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to create and run effective social skills groups that will improve client outcomes and increase revenue for your agency or organization, Join us today to take the first step toward expanding your practice and improving the lives of your clients!