• Social Skills Teen Superstars

    Social Skills Teen Superstars is designed to assist teenage NDIS participants to build confidence in navigating social situations. The program is run by allied health clinicians who are passionate about supporting 13 to 17 year olds through their teenage years.

This program takes our participants on a journey through understanding appropriate social behaviours, conflict resolution, diversity and inclusion, and more. The program aims to teach socially acceptable behaviours that enhance the desirable positive responses and mitigate those more negative responses.

The strong inclusion of practical activities and a group-based delivery model creates a fun and social learning environment; a session structure will include an education component, skill modelling, role playing, discussion and performance feedback. Participants are provided with a safe environment to practice teamwork and collaboration, and the opportunity to develop these skills in a setting that provides the opportunity to engage with others. The teens program was created to relate to participants’ schooling, friendships, casual working relationships, and social scenarios.

 

Program formats:

  • Group program
  • Individual 1:1 program
  • One day workshop

Age group:

  • 13 to 17 years old

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Increase social skills and independence in social interaction

Develop/enhance skills to navigate conflict and negative emotions

Develop/enhance knowledge to practice diversity and inclusion

Boosting self-confidence and personality.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Session 1: Foundations of social skills and conversations

Session 2: Emotional recognition, expression and regulation

Session 3: Social competence and boundaries

Session 4: Physical communication and boundaries

Session 5: Conflict resolution

Session 6: Putting our skills to practice

PRICING:

$969.90 (6 week program)

INCLUSIONS:

  • 6-week curriculum with group activities led by a Care Squared provisional psychologist
  • A comprehensive program workbook that guides attendees through program content. This is something the attendee can take home for future reference
  • End of program summary letter outlining progress in relation to NDIS goals
  • End of program social catch up

FUNDING LINES:

Capacity Building: Improved Daily Living

Capacity Building: Innovative Community Participation

Capacity Building: Community Participation Activities

Capacity Building: Improve Health & Wellbeing

Core Supports: Community, Social & Recreational Activities

Core Supports: Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy and/or Training**

 

**Accessible when provided to support one of the eight disability-related health conditions, and CB:IDL funding has exhausted, only.

At Care Squared Connect, we believe in tracking progress and providing tangible evidence of success. Once a participant has completed the program, we provide a summary letter that outlines the progress they have made along the way. This summary letter serves as a record of their successes and provides them with a way to reflect on the progress they have made. We are dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our participants and are committed to helping them track their progress.

19
March
2024
Social Skills – Teens
Queensland
Humanity Health Group

Milton
Every Tuesday for 6 weeks
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