Secret Agent Society
World’s best social skills program for kids now in here.
The SAS program uses animated technology, spy gadgets and games to teach new social and emotional skills to children who struggle with friendships and feelings.
“SAS gives children step-by-step examples of how to make and keep friends, cope with bullying and deal with emotions such as anxiety and anger,”“It also uses a highly interactive spy-themed computer game with different levels of
challenges and adventures so the sessions feel like fun, not therapy.”
A university randomized, controlled trial found the social skills of 76 per cent of children with Asperger’s Syndrome improved from being significantly impaired to being within the range of typically developing children after doing SAS.
This remarkable outcome is currently the most clinically significant change published in the world for a social skills program for children with high-functioning autism.
The program was created by Australian clinical psychologist and Asperger’s expert Dr Renae Beaumont and is now available through 500 trained practitioners in nine countries including England, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates and Brazil.
It includes child group sessions, parent education, teacher tip sheets, home missions and a system to reward and monitor progress at home and school.