Positive Steps for Teens
Teaching social skills to teens with special needs
This program is for teens with autism and other special needs who have difficulty understanding social cues and developing friendships. The goal is to teach teens the social skills they need to make new friends and have successful community experiences.
Tuesdays & Thursdays, Oct 13-29, 2009
Two sessions at Starbucks on Bradley Park
Two sessions at Chick-Fil-A on Bradley Park
Two sessions at Peachbowl Lanes on Bradley Park
Info: contact Amy Bontrager @ 706-571-7771 ext 100 or [email protected]
The Southeast Regional Autism Center, a program of May Institute, offers a comprehensive set of educational and behavioral services to children and their families, private agencies, and public schools throughout the Tri-County area and beyond. The Center also provides services to military families stationed at Fort Benning and other bases across the Southeast. This program is affiliated with the National Autism Center.