Five helpful social skills websites to learn from and bookmark for later! These are my top used sites to find critical information and ideas to use with my students in speech therapy sessions, social skills groups, and more.
The Social Thinking website has lots of good information, including free webinars and research articles, in addition to their programs for purchase.
Carol Gray is known for developing the evidence-based practice of social stories. Her website is a useful tool to understand what social stories are for, as well as how to create and use them.
This is a great PDF to assess if you are writing and using correct social stories with your students: What Social Stories Are Not PDF
This is a great blog and website for a wide range of therapy ideas and free downloads for social and emotional skills. Find things easily with the types of social skills being broken up into different sections.
Everyday Speech is a membership site for social skills materials. It includes social skills videos, worksheets, and apps created by an SLP. You are able to preview the libraries of content before purchasing a membership.
I have Pinterest boards dedicated to short videos and blank comics that I pull up in sessions. Use these videos and blank comics as an engaging way to target many important skills, including inferences, predicting, emotions, cause/effect, and more! This is a great no prep, no print activity as long as you have an internet connection.
What are your go-to social skills websites?
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