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Developing Social Competence and Resilience

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Webinar recording from June 8, 2021, featuring Amy Lerman, MS, CCC-SLP

Children who have communication delays and learning differences often struggle socially. They may miss other people's non-verbal cues, misread others' intentions, or fail to think about their communication partners' perspectives. Developing social competence takes direct teaching and practice. This 1-hour virtual adult education session features speech-language pathologist and Social Thinking Specialist, Amy Lerman, who teaches you how to help your student find better success in social situations.

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Presented by Amy Lerman, MS, CCC-SLP
Amy is a speech-language pathologist and the Community Outreach and Social Thinking Specialist at The Parish School. She holds a BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Texas at Austin and a MA in Speech-Language Pathology from The George Washington University. Amy specializes in Social Thinking®, an intervention and assessment framework dedicated to tackling the complex social-emotional learning needs of individuals with social learning challenges.