Everyday Social Skills

Everyday Social Skills

The program is simple and direct and useful for social skills training program
 
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Covering basic social skills needed for everyday activities in your community, Everyday Social Skills includes common daily activities such as walking down the street, using a restroom, waiting in line, asking for directions, asking for information and joining in a group. The program is simple and direct, and is a must for any social skills training program.
Walking – Know where you are going, Walk with a friend, Know the directions, If you get lost – ask for directions, Wear proper
clothing (light colors), Use the sidewalk, Stay to the right, Move over to let others pass, Use the walk signs, Look where you are
going, Don’t interrupt others, Don’t stare at others, Greet others, Pay attention to where you are going, Keep your things safe, Don’t litter, Don’t walk alone, Don’t walk at night

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