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The Books of Ryuu CD-ROM presents the mythology of Ryuu in an interactive format designed to both fascinate and instruct. Browsing through the beautifully designed pages, you can learn about the Dragons and the Forces of Ryuu. There is an interactive map, there are stories and poems about each of the Dragons and the Forces, and there is a glossary that defines such terms as “Garplunk!” (what...
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A comprehensive, practical guide to social skills. Topics include conversation, body language, empathy, and making friends. Tons of free content. My name is Daniel Wendler and I'm the author of Improve Your Social Skills. I wrote it to share everything I learned from overcoming my own social struggles. Growing up, I was the most socially awkward kid you could ever hope to meet. I was bullied,...
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This is where the ivy covered towers of etiquette past meet your Monday mornings. I’m part Emily Post, part Dr. Phil and, with my BFF style, part Sandra Bullock. Etiquette has shaped and changed me for the better. Because of that, it’s my love to share modern manners for helping you become you…at...
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If you've ever wondered how to get rid of shyness, avoid the games, get the social life you want, you must learn these secrets of Power Social Skills... Don't let them get their teeth in your neck! The best defense here is a best offense, which is made up of my 3-part strategy: 1) Start by...
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Beth Nardone-Troast provides social skills therapy to children on the autism spectrum in Monmouth County & the greater New Jersey area. Social skill deficits can be present in children of any age. Relating to peers is particularly difficult for those with special needs, but can also be...
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Health issues soc Chronic illness Building Blocks for Empowering Families Building Blocks for Families support groups Education Parent Support social skills groups. Jennifer has 20 years' experience working with families and children. She has worked as a Parent Educator, Early Childhood Center Director, Inclusion Specialist and Family Advocate. She facilitates a support group and group therapy....
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A completely free guide on how to improve social skills for adults, written by a former shy, awkward guy. SucceedSocially.com is an extensive, completely free collection of articles on social skills and getting past social awkwardness. It's written by someone who's struggled socially themselves, and who's also educated in psychology and counseling. The content is aimed at adults and older...
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A place where social work students, professors, and practicing professionals may explore knowledge and skills needed for competent, ethical practice in an era of constant change and great uncertainty. The Social Work Skills Page is the creation of Dr. Barry Cournoyer, Emeritus Professor of Social Work, Indiana University. The site is envisioned as a place where students, professors, and...
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We are excited to help you build successful communication strategies for Career Advancement, Leadership and Social Skills Success. At Communicating for Career Success we are looking to transform you into a Communication Powerhouse…. able to seize any and all opportunities to obtain your career & personal goals. Good luck! “Ms. Cuevas made an incredible presentation for the Rockland Community...
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Alison Ratner Mayer, LICSW is a Boston-based child and adolescent therapist who specializes in running social skills group therapy for children, teens, and young adults ages 4-22. After a rewarding private practice in Atlanta, GA, Alison has returned to her Boston roots, where she continues to work with individual children and adolescents, families, and groups. Alison ran social skills groups...
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Disability typically involves a lot of uncertainty. It means that it’s often completely unknowable whether or not you will be able to do something. This means that the risk of failure is often much higher than it is for people without disabilities. If we try new things, we’ll usually fail at more of them than people without disabilities. Sometimes people take that to mean that we should only be...
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Table manners and more taught in etiquette classes for children, professionals and clients with special needs. Call Now! To teach children etiquette, you have to find the commonality between children and manners. You will find that with our social skills curriculum, it can be easy to cultivate manners in children. Your child will learn skills that will impact them scholastically, socially and...
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Canine Life and Social Skills is an educational program to promote training focused on the use of positive reinforcement and to strengthen relationships between humans and their canine companions. APDT member Paula Nowak was selected as the winner of the APDT National Train Your Dog Month "Viral Video" 2014 Contest. Our contest was to create a video that exemplifies the Canine Life and Social...
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Our after school clubs meet from 5-6pm and work on all the same social, communication, and friendship skills that we target during our Saturday social groups, and are the “next step” for kids who are ready to practice social skills while exploring science, building, cooking, art, hot topics, and more! See details on our after school clubs here. We are scheduling intake meetings for the Late...
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"Our social skills groups are based on the premise that social skills (e.g. communication skills, active listening, friend-making, reading non-verbal social cues, networking abilities) are essential life skills that foster success, happiness, and health. Our goal is to teach these skills in a supportive and nurturing peer group environment, with the expectation that the skills will be...
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How about you showing up at an important meeting under or overdressed? What about time keeping? Are you on time? Have you ever been late for important meetings? We all have in one point in our lives made these errors.We teach you how to conduct yourself in a proper manner that not only builds relationships but also trust. Trust is the foundation of great business and a spectacular relationships...
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From the Chicago Tribune July 4, 2010 edition, and distributed nationally in other Tribune outlets: "Fighting bully behavior (when the bully is yours)". From the cover story in the April 2010 issue of Parenting magazine: "5 Skills Every Kid Needs". Here is the link to the original article. From the Chicago Tribune April 11, 2010 edition, and distributed nationally in other Tribune outlets: "How...
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Specialized services for individuals with special needs including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity. We are proud to announce that our company is expanding! Since our opening more than 3 years ago, we have grown significantly thanks to our dedicated staff and families. I... Call the clinic for more information or to make an appointment....
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Table manners and more taught in etiquette classes for children, professionals and clients with special needs. Call Now! To teach children etiquette, you have to find the commonality between children and manners. You will find that with our social skills curriculum, it can be easy to cultivate manners in children. Your child will learn skills that will impact them scholastically, socially and...
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At Eastside Social Skills Therapy, LLC we use evidenced-best practices to customize your child’s program to ensure that your child is receiving the best treatment possible. Our programs provide a balanced focus between social skills, language and communication, play, and teaching independent life skills such as potty training, getting dressed, and having a play date with a friend. We use visual...
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