Groups run intermittently. Call 484.227.3370 for more information.
Pragmatics is the study of rules that govern the use of language in
social situations. Pragmatic skills are important for social, academic,
and vocational success. Effective pragmatic skills enable speakers to
relate successfully to others within their milieu. The objective of this
6-week social language group is to increase the awareness of others and
expose the children to various social situations where they will have
the opportunity to practice pragmatic skills in a controlled environment
with direct instruction and modeling.
Social groups are not designed to be a replacement for individual
speech-language therapy services, but it is intended to be a companion
to individual services your child may already receive. This group can
also serve as a transition when your child completes a course of
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.