A child’s occupations consist of many daily social interactions. When playing with family and friends, attending school, playing on the playground, eating in restaurants, kids are enjoying being social and expected to be social.
Social interactions start with the body. Think about how many things we “say” with eye gaze, gestures, and body language. When children have challenges with taking in sensory information and performing motor actions, social interactions are always impacted. At Great Kids we facilitate social development in all sessions. With extensive training in the DIR framework we understand social emotional development and how to infuse it into everything we do.