New Age Behavior

Social Skills Group

New Age Behavior offers a Social Skills Program designed to support children on the spectrum in building meaningful social connections. Our home and community-based services include Social Skills Groups (SSGs) as part of your child’s treatment plan. These groups are developed in collaboration with our BCBA and caregivers to meet your child’s needs effectively.

Why Social Skill Groups?

“As a BCBA, I’ve worked with many children on the spectrum and understand the importance of social skills development. Our social skills groups at New Age Behavior offer a structured and supportive environment tailored specifically to your child’s needs. By participating in these groups, your child will have the opportunity to learn and practice essential social skills in a small, closely supervised setting. Research shows that children with autism who engage in social skills groups demonstrate improvements in communication, social interaction, and self-confidence. Our goal is to empower your child with the tools they need to build meaningful relationships and navigate social situations successfully. With our collaborative approach involving both caregivers and our experienced team, we’re dedicated to helping your child thrive and reach their full potential.”

- Laura Orlando, Founder of New Age Behavior

What are the Benefits of Social Skill Groups?

  • Social development boost
  • Confidence building
  • Skill reinforcement
  • Parent support
  • Friendship opportunities
  • Behavioral progress tracking
  • Community connection
  • Emotional support
  • Skill variety
  • Practical learning opportunities

"Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future."

– John F. Kennedy