Here at the office of Stacey Miller, SLP, the number one Resources, we are here to help your child advance in the ways they need to in order to improve their speech and improve their socialization, as well as all aspects of their life. If your child has a deficit in her social and pragmatic language skills, it is important to place her in situations in which she can comfortable work on these skills and be supported while she does it. That is why our Resources is happy to offer our clients socialization groups for forty five or sixty minutes for our clients who have social and pragmatic delays.
Stacey Miller understands that children can have difficulties making friends and keeping the friendships they have because of their social and pragmatic delays. These specialized socialization groups are designed to develop your child’s social and pragmatic skills by using creative play and common scenarios that they will encounter outside of the group, such as increasing eye contact, initiating and maintaining a conversation, taking turns, and symbolic play. These skills greatly improve children’s social interactions at school and throughout their everyday lives, giving them the confidence they need to keep pressing forward despite their delays. The socialization groups provided by our Resources are made up of about two to four children, so as not to be too overwhelming, but still encourage valuable progress. We would love to give you more information specific to your child regarding how socialization groups or some of our other services can benefit your child’s individual needs.
If you are interested in learning more about how our Resources can be of assistance to you and your child, we encourage you to visit Stacey Miller’s main website to look through some additional information about our services. If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss, know that we are happy to help you and would love to hear you. You can reach us by phone at 646-525-4817, or by sending us a message online using our contact form.