Building social skills is a complex tasks that must start with an understanding of each student’s unique strengths and deficits. Using the Social Thinking model we hope to build students’ understanding of social cognition and social pragmatics. We aim to help build social thinking AND social pragmatic skills. Social supports are implemented into every part of the school day, from couseling sessions to the classroom, helping students both develop and practice vital social skills.
If you currently have a student at Gifford, please log in to our Parent Portal (coming soon!) to view our Parent Support Group presentation on Social Pragmatics. If you don't have a password, please email Jeannine Spallone at: firstname.lastname@example.org