DID YOU KNOW?
Research shows that social competence in childhood is more important than IQ in contributing to greater success and personal satisfaction in adolescence and adulthood.
For more than ten years, our Social Success Program has helped young people learn the skills necessary to improve friendships, manage difficult situations and accept personal responsibility.
During this time we have designed and refined our instructional exercises in order to make each group interesting, enjoyable and productive. We employ games, role-plays, videotaped interactions, group discussions and real-life situations to give each child ample practice and feedback.