To communicate and engage in conversation, we need to do more than just saying words. We need to pay attention, look at each other, take turns, read facial expressions and body language. These rules of interactions are known as social communication skills.
Social Communication Skills allows your child to interact adaptively with the world. They are crucial for your child’s social and emotional well-being, learning, motivation to achieve and cooperate, and the development of values.
If your child struggles with social communication, he/she will struggle to interact with others and to build relationships. He/she will also likely have other speech and language issues.
Our Social Communication classes are designed to give your child the opportunity to develop their social communication skills by learning through interactions and observations. The program develops three key skill areas: Social Interaction skills, Social communication skills and Language skills
1. Social Interaction Skills:
- Turn-taking: Take turns, wait, share materials and co-operate
- Attention: Pay attention to other, understand their point of view, make friends
2. Social Communication Skills:
- Active Listening: Listen and learn from observation of other
- Body language and Gestures: Use gestures, body language, eye contact, facial expression
3. Language Skills:
- Language: Use language to provide information, to ask for information, to negotiate, to suggest, to clarify and to solve problems
- Small Group (4-6 Children)
- 1:5 Teacher-Student Ratio
- Specialised gym for fun games and activities
- Supported by Senior Speech and Language Therapists
- Ages 7-10
I found out my son as an ADHD when he was 5 years of age. Since then, we enrolled him in Singapore Brain Development Centre. He has been taking regular training and therapy sessions. We were able to place him in normal mainstream school. Although he did not manage to get any good academic results, he was able to mix with his peers. He likes to go to school. We received good feedback from his school. We can see he is improving day by day. I am grateful to Singapore Brain Development Centre.