Social Skills
Of course, we, as researchers and behavior analysts also know about the importance of developing and developmentally appropriate social skills. We recognize that social skills represent an integral part of someone’s life, and we know that it is essential for people to pick up empathy, body language, and conversational abilities. We are particularly focused on helping children with autism spectrum disorder adjust these behaviors, but our services can benefit anyone. We believe that social skills are skills that can be practiced, and we work to create a social network that helps everyone around us thrive.