Social Skills, Therapy Ideas

Social Skill Generalization – At Recess, Lunch and More!

  1. Louise Valente says:

    Terrific post!! I am a new subscriber, and will look forward to your blog. By the way, if you are still thinking about how to help on the playground, a (brilliant) SLP that I work with uses an acronym “PLAY” to remind kids of the sequential steps. We featured it on our newsletter in March of 2011. Here’s a direct link http://www.pacificcoastspeech.com/pdf/newsletter_march_2011.pdf If the “bots” disable the link, you can go to Pacific Coast Speech dot com with no spaces, and you will see it. Hope it’s helpful – she likes it because you can “wave” the hang loose sign from across the playground at a lost kid to cue them and no one is the wiser. Have a great day!

  2. This article broke my heart…just visualizing those students alone on the playground and in the lunchroom – a scene all too familiar to those working with students with Autism. But, it gave me hope and a new direction re: intervention. THanks for the valuable suggestions.

  3. I loved this post! Great ideas to work from the social skills in our rooms to social competency outside of speech, thanks for sharing!

  4. Dorothy says:

    I enjoyed this article on generalizing! I’m planning on implementing your ideas, especially those about going in at lunch and on the playground. Thanks for sharing

  5. Erica Zavala says:

    Loved this post! Generalizing social skills is one of the hardest tasks! Would you mind sharing the PowerPoint you put together?

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