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22 March, 2018
6:30 PM
Virtual, Your Home, Your Computer

Are you a teen with autism or ADHD who’s eager to improve your social skills?

Does your school, work, or daytime program schedule prevent you from joining us for our usual daytime Groups?

Does your family live too far from MUSC to make a weekly drive, or are you missing reliable transportation?

If so, we have the perfect solution for you: our Pilot Program for Virtual Social Skills!

Virtual Social Skills Training for Teens with Autism and ADHD

We’ve partnered with Social Motion to offer this evidence-based curriculum; it allows you to improve your social skills via video conference, from the comfort of your own home.

You’ll learn …

  • Conversation skills
  • Coping strategies
  • Anger management
  • Perspective taking
  • Self-awareness

Who: Teens and Young Adults Ages 14-18

Pilot Program Cost: $100

Date and Time: Weekly on Thursdays from March 22 – May 24; 6:30pm – 7:30pm Eastern

Full List of Dates: March 22; March 29; April 5; April 12; April 19; April 26; May 3; May 10; May 17; May 24

Instructor: Brandi Timmons, BCBA at Social Motion Skills

To enroll, email BTimmons@socialmotionskills.org

Participant Requirements:

  • Access to computer, tablet, or phone with Internet (WiFi)
  • Video interview (note that not all candidates are selected for this pilot program)
  • Technical and verbal ability to participate in virtual group
  • Commitment to project
  • Willingness to share anonymous data regarding pilot program participation