Social Skills Groups
CARE makes use of social skills groups for teaching our learners specific social skills which they may have difficulty developing on a more incidental basis.
Support for parents is core to the CARE ethos. We offer ongoing support with an open-door policy for parents to discuss any concerns or questions. We also provide parents with ongoing progress updates, quarterly case discussions and behaviour-management counselling. We also offer support for parents dealing with new diagnoses or the challenges of parenting a child with Autism.
CARE offers various extramural activities to encourage global and holistic development.