what does socially speaking do?


We provide a range of speech and language and occupational therapy assessments. These assessments include:

Individual Assessments Socially Speaking
Self awareness
Social/emotional skills
Receptive/expressive language
Sensory integration screening
Fine and gross motor and stress/anxiety screening...

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Individual Therapy

Individual sessions are provided for students who require extra support in:

Individual Therapy Socially Speaking
Receptive and expressive language
Social communication skills
Self awareness and development of emotions
Sensory modulation
Anxiety and stress management
Self management/organisation...

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Social Clubs

Socially Speaking Social Clubs
These are weekly social and leisure groups for children aged 5–12 years (Kids Club) and 13 years+ (Teen Zone). Relationship, social and self help skills are developed through leisure activities, games and daily living skills.

These groups aim to develop the student’s awareness of themselves and others. Emphasis is on learning to recognise and express one’s own emotions as well as employing appropriate problem solving techniques...

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