Social Skills Groups
Self regulation and social interaction skills are great predictors of a child’s success in school.
The Luma Center offers social skills groups for children 3 to 12 years old. Group goals vary by age and need but may include:
At The Luma Center we understand that children can have social challenges for a variety of reasons, so we screen all new students to determine what area of social functioning a student is having difficulty with. We feel it is very important to identify the underlying challenge. Our process helps us target the specific skill that is interfering with social interactions through a social skills group planned to support that development. All children new to The Luma Center undergo a screening process to ensure a good fit. All of our social skills groups are led by experienced occupational therapists and/or speech and language pathologists.
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Social Skills Groups by Ages
*Additional 4 week summer program (July 8-August 2, 2013)
Super K’s is a M/W afternoon group for children who attend morning pre-k/kindergarten and need extra support in the areas of language, motor, sensory and social skills. Guided play and activity based projects will facilitate readiness and skill development for a successful kindergarten year. Families will be invited to participate in learning opportunities with their children. This is an integrated program weekly group speech and occupational therapy services provided. A learning profile will be developed for each child.
Playstars is a T/TH afternoon group for children who need further development of language, play and social interaction skills. The small groups provide each child with individual attention and opportunities to develop and practice skills needed in order to be successful in a larger preschool program. This program may supplement your child’s existing program.
Create-It Girls Club
Create-It Girls Club is a group experience for girls 8-12 years old to practice planning and organization skills while having fun. This club is run by an occupational therapist skilled in teaching self regulation, organization/planning, and social participation through fun cooking and craft activities.