Presented by: Michelle Garcia Winner, SLP
Date: Thursday, October 25, 2012
Time: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session: Session #4
- To explores how different social learning levels may lead to different prognoses even if students share similar diagnostic labels.
- To develop more practical treatment plans for students
- To gain access to critical information which will assist their client/student to transition
The Social Thinking-Social Communication Profile” (ST-SCP™) has evolved over time to help parents and professionals learn more about their student’s social learning challenges and social learning level. The ST-SCP explores how different social learning levels may lead to different prognoses even if students share similar diagnostic labels. In sorting out this information it is hoped we can develop more practical treatment plans for our students by the time they are in middle school, helping them to learn concepts and skills that will better help them prepare for living as an adult based on who they are as a person and as a social learner. To help our students gain access to critical information they can use across their lives, it is critical we professionals move away from the idea that all persons with social skills can benefit from the same treatment group or classroom.