Social groups provide the opportunity for children to interact with peers, while learning appropriate pragmatic language skills. The group activities vary greatly, depending on the age of the children within the group. For example, a preschool group may be more play-based, where children learn appropriate play, turn-taking, and conversational exchange. A group of older children may target reading social cues, interpretation of non-verbal language, and understanding peer relationships. If you are interested in obtaining more information about social groups, please call the office nearest you.