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Social Competence

Social competence is the ability to interact successfully with peers and adults in a variety of situations and environments. Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may find this to be a significant challenge. This 5-part series provides an overview of social competence, guidance on assessment and intervention to improve social competence, and strategies to embed social competence instruction into every day activities.

Social Competence Webinar Series: Social Competence - Part 1: Overview

Social Competence - Part 1: Overview

Learn the definition of social competence and how the characteristics of ASD affect an individual's ability to acquire it.
Social Competence Webinar Series: Social Competence - Part 2: Assessment

Social Competence - Part 2: Assessment

Gain knowledge about the importance of assessment as it relates to social competence.
Social Competence Webinar Series: Social Competence - Part 3: Play and Friendship

Social Competence - Part 3: Play and Friendship

Explore how ASD affects play and the formation of friendships. Learn strategies for play skill acquisition.
Social Competence Webinar Series: Social Competence - Part 4: Strategies for Social Competence

Social Competence - Part 4: Strategies for Social Competence

Discover strategies to help build social competence and strategies to use after a situation goes wrong.
Social Competence Webinar Series: Social Competence - Part 5: Embedding Social Competence Into Everyday Instruction

Social Competence - Part 5: Embedding Social Competence Into Everyday Instruction

Learn to specific strategies embed social competence lessons into every day instruction.