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Events

Social Village Speaker Series Presents: 
Hormones and Hygiene:  What Parents Need to Know

Date: Saturday January 9th 1:30-3:00 P.M.
Location: Princeton Speech-Language and Learning
Cost: $10.00 per individual/$15.00 per couple
Presenter: Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW | Social Village Director
Audience: Parents of elementary and younger middle school students

Adolescence can be a difficult transition for any kid and even more so for those with social learning challenges (Asperger's, ADHD, Higher-independence ASD).

Our students need much more comprehensive information to help them manage the changes and increased social expectations that accompany puberty and adolescence. This presentation, designed for parents of elementary and younger middle school students will provide you with information to help both you and your child manage the transition into adolescence and help you to understand the information they need to learn.

Please RSVP if you can join us.

Coming in February:
Presentation for parents of older middle school and high school students.

News

Social Village

Exceptional Parent
By Lauren Agoratus, M.A.
June 2015


While Social Village is not intended as a replacement for therapy, it is giving children with learning disabilities, ADHD, autism and other challenges that impact a child’s social IQ a chance to feel welcomed and to feel happy.

Social Village is a novel concept in facilitating social interaction that is helping children develop friendships while having fun at Princeton Speech-Language & Learning Center in Princeton, N.J.

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Women in Business: Terri Rossman, MS, CCC-SLP

Bucks Life
Oct/Nov 2014


Terri Rossman believes all children want to develop lasting, meaningful social relationships with their peers. Some kids just need help learning the right skills in order to make friends and succeed in everyday interactions.

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Social Village: Where Kids Feel Unjudged

U.S. 1 Newspaper
August 13, 2014


The world is not an easy place for people who are uncomfortable in social settings. For kids, especially, the pressure to fit in, socialize, and interact with groups can be overwhelming. And often, those kids who have the most trouble traversing the social jungle of school turn out to be reclusive adults who avoid others as often as they can and convince themselves that they just can’t interact with other people.

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Programs for Children with Learning Differences

Town Topics
August 20, 2014


Kids play with other kids. Adults get together for all kinds of reasons — socially and at work — every day. Communication and interaction with others is such a natural part of life that no one gives it a thought. For some individuals, both children and adults, such normal interaction is a struggle. On many levels, it those with certain learning differences and disabilities, including autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), dyslexia, and social anxiety.

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