Why are Social Skills Programs Important?

Developing social skills is essential for children, especially those navigating ADHD, ASD, or social anxiety. Specialized programs offer strategies for effective communication, interpreting social cues, and adapting to various social contexts. These initiatives provide a supportive environment to practice emotion management, empathy, and conflict resolution, vital for forming strong friendships. Our social skills programs online and in Surrey integrate learning with practical life skills for home, school, and play. It's about applying the lessons from our social skills programs seamlessly into daily life, empowering children to solve social problems and manage emotions effectively.

Social Skills Programs for Children at West Coast Centre for Learning 

Secret Agent Society (SAS)

The West Coast Centre For Learning proudly presents the Secret Agent Society (SAS) Program, a cutting-edge program focusing on social skills and emotional regulation for children aged 8 to 12. With a fun spy theme and game-based learning, SAS captures children's imagination, teaching essential social and emotional skills in an engaging way. Developed at the University of Queensland, this program has shown remarkable results for children with autism, ADHD, anxiety disorders, or social challenges. Featuring interactive computer games and expert-led sessions, SAS is now accessible online, welcoming families from British Columbia and beyond to join our supportive community.


If you require more information on our programs or would like to speak with one of our experts, please feel free to contact us, we would be happy to help.

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