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Simply Social Kids

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Is your child a little socially awkward?

Do they have Asperger’s or other diagnosed social issue?

Are they anxious in social settings? Is recess stressful for them?

Are you worried about their self-esteem?

Are you concerned about bullying?

can help!

"Her knowledge, talent, patience and kindness is absolutely incredible.
Her real life experiences and passion for kids has helped us gain the
knowledge of how to coach all kids in social situations. Her Social
Classes are truly amazing and have filled an incredible need in our
community. Our Boys & Girls Club is becoming a better place because
of Nadine Briggs!"


Wendy Allegrone-Leslie
Executive Director
Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley

Simply Social Kids provides support to kids who are challenged by social interactions. All kids will struggle socially at some point during their childhood; however others experience more frequent and consistent social awkwardness. Some children, particularly those with certain types of special needs, have a very difficult time making friends, developing solid friendships, and keeping friends. Simply Social Kids provides coaching to kids of all abilities to improve their social skills. For some children, a little fine-tuning is all that is needed, and for others, a long term, consistent approach with role playing and practice is necessary.

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Simply Social Kids is located at One Industrial Way Unit 4, Tyngsboro, MA 01879.  Contact us at (978) 764-2758 .

We’re Hiring – Simply Social Kids Social Coach Job Description 2014

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January 24, 2015 at 7:13 am

Simply Social Kids is closed today due to the snow storm. Stay safe and enjoy the snowy weekend!

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January 20, 2015 at 9:35 pm

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January 20, 2015 at 1:35 pm

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This Facial Expression Says It All…Everyone That Watched Marlena Sing That Night Walked Away...

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Marlena Vanhoose should be a household name. Really, it should. The Denver, Kentucky native has been faced with great adversity since birth, in the forms of cytomegalovirus and blindness. But, boy, has she persevered.

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January 19, 2015 at 10:34 am

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Today is the beginning of No Name-Calling Week! This week celebrate kindness by using your words to lift others up! #NNCW15

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Simply Social Kids
January 8, 2015 at 2:25 pm

Hi Families - we ARE open this afternoon for group despite the cold weather. Our friendships will keep us warm! See you later!

Simply Social Kids
January 7, 2015 at 12:00 am

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I agree! Looking at chins, ear, eyebrows etc is sometimes easier.

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"Eye contact is overrated."

It really is.

When I am in school meetings for autistic kids, educators are often surprised if their parents do not want to have eye contact included as part of their educational goals.

Many autistic people are overwhelmed when we are required to process too much information at once. For many of us, it is hard to process information coming through our eyes at the same time we are processing information coming through our ears.

If I am really, really listening to you, I probably am not looking at your face. It takes too much work to do both at the same time.

I understand as someone who spent years in front of the classroom as a teacher that it feels better to have students look at me. It is easier to gauge their level of attention.

But educational goals should be about the needs of students, not the feelings of teachers.

Dogs are trained to look people in the face because it makes us feel good. People should learn to interact with the world in ways that allow us to learn and grow. — with Luana Aulalo and Zoey Roberts.

By: ThAutcast: Aspergers and Autism Community

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January 6, 2015 at 12:10 pm

Social Groups Ages 5-17 - Space Available! http://conta.cc/1Fh3qpd

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Social Groups Ages 5-17 - Space Available!

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January 5, 2015 at 7:08 am

Simply Social Kids shared Carolyn Dalgliesh - Sensory Organizing's photo.

Kids may need extra patience as they transition back to school this week

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This can be a big feelings day and week for our sensory kids as they transition back to school, to homework, and to more frequent social experiences. So let this also be a week of visual aids, regular time with fascinations, some extra transition supports, and lots of extra bear hugs. #sensoryorganizing #sensorychild #bigfeelingsneedbighugs

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January 3, 2015 at 8:24 am

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It's a brand new year with new friendship possibilities. Here are our tips for kids on making new friends!

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December 30, 2014 at 11:58 am

$5 Childcare Added to Parent Night Tonight http://conta.cc/13QD9No

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$5 Childcare Added to Parent Night Tonight

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