These challenges can impede all areas of development, academic success, and independent functioning. Our structured, curriculum-based groups are designed to help individuals function well in a social setting.
CCSN’s year-round group therapy sessions address social functions like: listening skills, social reasoning and problem solving, nonverbal communication, conflict resolution, social rules and conventions, and more. We are now also offering sibling groups so patients can benefit from a supportive environment of peers who have similar experiences.
Our approach is to build on the individual’s strengths and interests and to teach social skills through:
Social skills groups are provided at CCSN’s main office in Glastonbury, CT. They meet weekly, throughout the year and typically include 4-7 participants. Members are grouped according to age, functional level, and social needs.
To find out more, call CCSN to arrange a screening appointment.
CCSN rehabilitates individuals with various disabilities, helping them achieve independence and satisfaction in their day-to-day lives
CCSN provides numerous outpatient services to support patients with autism or neurodevelopmental disorders
Empirically supported treatment for children and adolescents with feeding disorders such as food aversion, oral hypersensitivity, and more
A clinical intervention plan designed to resolve non-medical sleep difficulties common among children with autism spectrum disorders