Developing Social Competence and Resilience
Resilience and social competence have been identified as the two critical abilities a child needs to be successful as an adult. However many children lack resilience due to a communication delays, learning differences, social anxiety, and even overexposure to screen time. Therefore, these children may miss other peoples non-verbal cues, misread others intentions, or fail to think about their communication partners perspective. Developing social competence takes direct teaching and practice. Learn how you can help your student find better success in social situations.