Tate Community Programming
We believe that supported social engagement with peers can play a fundamental role in the development of our clients. Our groups provide opportunities to work on self regulation, functional communication, and additional social skills with the goal of transferring them to home, vocational opportunities, and other social environments.
Tate Community Programming offers a number of social opportunities which focus on topics such as self-regulation, purposeful communication, complex problem solving and multi-perspective thinking. Practicing these skills, we work to build meaningful relationships across all environments and the people within them. Click the button below to enquire about Tate Community Programming and set up a free meet and greet with one of our department coordinators!
Social Skills Groups
These groups are weekly, year-round offerings and are staffed at a 1:1 staff-to-student ratio by highly trained learning coaches with direct BCBA oversight and treatment planning. Tate’s offerings provide services for all aged clients who present with features of Autism Spectrum Disorder, or any student looking to progress their social and communication skills. Social Skills Groups will often partake in outings within the community to take skills from the group and put them into use in different environments.
These groups run on a cycle basis of 6 weeks at a time, and we will rotate offerings depending on the season. Throughout the year there will be a number of different group offerings: Video Game Group, Movie Club, Cooking Group. While in the warmer months over the summer groups may be outside more: Nature Group or Camping Skills Group. These groups will rotate between a number of different topics so stay tuned for different offerings!