We have put together this Social Integration Program to help our students develop interpersonal skills and the social knowledge needed to form relationships and interact with peers.

Those on the Autism spectrum often lack the ability to spontaneously learn reciprocal social interaction.  Their limited ability to communicate, especially during play with peers, leads to a lack of developed peer relationships and can leave them vulnerable to exclusion and bullying.  

Through our social groups and activities, your children get the opportunity to develop their reciprocal social skills in a safe and caring environment.  

Our current Social Integration Programs:

Children’s Friendship and Youth Friendship Training Workshops

Click here to read more about the these Friendship Trainings on our Workshops Page

As part of our ABA/IBI programming, our full day students are able to participate in a Weekly Social Group and/or Cooking Club.  For information, contact Marnie at marnie@tipes.ca