One of the most challenging aspects of raising children with autism is to help nurture and develop positive Play & Social Skills. Many individuals acquire behaviors, responses, and social skills without being overtly instructed. Thus, it can be easy to not be aware that children with autism need help learning certain skills. It can be often be difficult to pick up on social cues without instruction and assistance.
Play and Social Skills programs can be highly effective in teaching appropriate greetings, interactions, and social behavior. For children, social skills training can help model and instruct how to thrive in a variety of typical daily settings such as a schoolroom, playground, home, or even a more public environment like a restaurant.