Effective social skills programming

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This article was developed for parents of children with difficulties in the area of social interactions with others. In particular, parents of children with intellectual disabilities, autism or pervasive developmental disorder, and other disorders where social behavior is of concern can benefit from the information presented here regarding best practices in the promotion of social skills in youth. (posted March 1, 2013)
http://www.mo-case.org/uploads/media/Social_Skills_Direct_Instruction.pdf

 


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