PALS Social Skills Program teaches children from 5 to 7 years of age about greeting others, listening, sharing, taking turns, dealing with feelings of fear, sadness and anger, and solving problems.  Learning social skills like these in early childhood is just as important as learning numeracy and literacy.

The early childhood and early school years are when children start to make friends, learn to cooperate with others and begin to solve social problems.  Like all skills, some children develop social skills more easily than others.  Social skills are of the utmost importance for every child’s future development.

If you have a little one that could benefit from attending a PALS group, why not sign up right now.  Here with the details:

Who: Children aged between 5 and 7 years

Start Date: 20th April 2016

Time: 4.30pm

Location: Unit 7, 29 Mt Cotton Road, Capalaba

Length: 10 Weeks

Cost: $50 per session (Rebates via Medicare $21.65 per session)

Facilitator:  Christine Kaye, Child & Adolescent Psychologist

 

Ph: (07) 3823 2230 or

Email: contact@psychprofessionals.com.au