Social Skills groups and Social Thinking groups, led by Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) are held in the clinic on a continuous basis. These groups aim to enhance social skills development in children and adolescents. Groups are small in size and SLPs aim to teach and reinforce social skills development through structured social skill building activities, role play, discussion, guided play, modelling and other activities. Examples of topics covered in social skills groups include, and are not limited to: understanding expectations, concepts of knowing, thinking, guessing”, turn taking, negotiating, perspective taking, initiating conversation, topic maintenance, body language and non-verbal communication, dealing with losing, interrupting and tone of voice. Referred candidates will be screened to assess their suitability and to allow therapists to match them to an appropriate group of similar ability.