At Innovations, professionals from several social disciplines who utilize a primarily cognitive-behavioral approach to teach social skills to children, adolescents, and adults who have social-communication difficulties. These may include conditions or others disabilities that
- To provide relevant social skill instruction that will generalize into daily routines.
- To make socializing fun so that students want to socialize.
- To help "typical" peers and professionals become more understanding, accepting, and engaging of those with social difficulties.