Mission Cognition, LLC

                                                Social Skills Development Center


We are pleased to offer the following Services

Group A: Learners with emerging language in need of supports to make their wants and needs known, follow classroom & safety directions, play with toys as designed, transition, take turns & interact positively and reciprocally with peers

Group B: Learners with typically developing or near age level language skills who are in need of supports to participate successfully in a small group setting, expand play interests to include peers, manage emotions, demonstrate good sportsmanship and more. 

Group A: Learners with emerging or limited language in need of supports to greet and respond to greetings, attend in a small group, follow group directions and expand play and leisure skill repertoire. 

Group B: Learners with typically developing or near age appropriate language who would benefit from explicit instruction on conversation skills, initiating, maintaining and ending play, dealing with conflicts, good sportsmanship, asking for help & clarification and more.  

Instructors utilize Teaching Interaction Procedure to teach, model, role play and reinforce a wide range of skills specifically focused on supporting students who may be experiencing rejection from their peers or who are not able to identify appropriate friend groups and initiate interactions and maintain relationships within those groups. This group is for learners who are conversational.

This group is for tween and teen girls who are highly verbal and benefit from additional supports to gain and utilize the skills needed to navigate the social world more successfully and confidently. Each participant receives a journal which is used to guide conversation in group and at home week to week. Each participant receives a journal which travels back and forth from group to home. 

This fitness program is hosted at Fit N Firm, a neighboring fitness studio. The program was developed by a behavior analyst and personal trainer to provide an opportunity for individuals with autism and related disabilities to interact with peers, utilize exercise equipment and work to improve fitness level. 

For caregivers, educators and other professionals interested in learning more about evidence-based practices (EBPs) and the practical application of those interventions in natural settings. Trainers go through a variety of foundational topics as well as specific family / teachers needs. Materials and plan development available.