SEATTLE — Every parent wants their child to feel confident and succeed socially, but some may need assistance to develop the proper skills.
- Social Sleuthing - to learn to pay attention to social cues from others
- Post-Play Date Huddles - helps kids figure out what to look for in a friendship
- Reflective Listening - improve your child's relationship with their peers
Maguire speaks over 250 times per year to parents, teachers, caregivers, and administrators throughout the country on how to use this program with their children.
Caroline joins us today to discuss the Play Better Plan, tackling conversations about social challenges, and other common issues children experience with developing important social skills.