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Fun games, activities, and group work to develop your child's Social Communication and Language skills.
Morning and afternoon sessions grouped
according to age.
Week 1: Social Communication, July 24th-28th 2023
Week 2: Language Skills, August 3rd - 7th 2023
9-12pm is for 3-5 yr olds
1-4pm is for 6-8 yr olds
£500 for 1 week of camp.
10% sibling discount
Call 07951 228557
Our therapy curriculum focuses on two key areas: language skills and social communication skills. Through targeted interventions and evidence-based techniques, we aim to support individuals in developing their communication abilities and fostering positive social interactions.
Language Skills Group:
During this week of camp, we will address various aspects, including but not limited to:
Vocabulary expansion: Engaging activities and strategies are employed to enhance word knowledge, categorisation, and contextual usage.
Sentence structure and grammar: We work on improving sentence formation, understanding grammatical rules, and expanding language complexity.
Narrative skills: We foster storytelling abilities, including narrative organization, sequencing, and comprehension.
Pragmatic language: Developing social language skills such as turn-taking, initiating and maintaining conversations, and understanding non-verbal cues.
Social Communication Skills Group:
During this camp, your child enhance their abilities so that they can learn to interact effectively and confidently in social contexts. Some key areas of emphasis include:
Conversational skills: Teaching appropriate conversation starters, active listening, and maintaining conversational flow.
Non-verbal communication: Recognising and interpreting body language, facial expressions, and gestures.
Perspective-taking and empathy: Developing skills to understand others' thoughts, feelings, and intentions, promoting empathy and building meaningful connections.
Social problem-solving: Equipping individuals with strategies to navigate social conflicts, negotiate, and resolve issues collaboratively.
We believe that these group-based interventions provide valuable opportunities for participants to learn from one another, practice skills in real-life scenarios, and receive peer support.