Young Adult Social Skills program based on the UCLA PEERS program (an evidence-based caregiver assisted social skills intervention for youth 18– 21 years old with Autism Spectrum Disorders)
A program for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders who use spoken language and do not present with an intellectual disability.
Topics Include: conversational skills, dating skills, handling peer pressure, appropriate use of humor, electronic communication, handling teasing, bullying and disagreements with peers, and good sportsmanship.
WHEN: Sessions will be held via a Zoom platform weekly on Mondays from 6:00pm – 7:00pm. The first session will be on June 16th, with a final session on July 27th. Participant and their caregiver may attend together but will be in different groups using the Zoom platform.
The Center for Communication Disorders @ Southern Connecticut State University, Davis Hall, Fitch Street, New Haven CT 06515
COST: No cost
WHO to contact to register: Dr. Barbara Cook @ 203-392-7119 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.