Social Skills Groups

DISCLAIMER: The CAC has compiled lists of autism-related resources in our region to help you save time searching for them on the web. This list of service providers is for informational purposes only and being listed does not constitute the endorsement of the CAC. 

 

If you would like us to add a resource or update a resource, contact us at 423-531-6961 opt 2 or email info@chattanoogaautismcenter.org

Friendship Formulas

Friendship Formulas provides opportunities for children between the ages of 3 and 12 to participate in social skills group programs.  The programs are facilitated by Shera Looney and Courtney Kiser.  They provide services in and around Georgia.  Their services include: after school programs, virtual programs, summer camps, parent training, and classroom workshops. 

Phone: (678) 310-4676

Websitewww.friendshipformulas.com

MineCraft and Pathfinder Club

Minecraft and Pathfinder is a fun activity for kids while they learn social skills. The Minecraft activities are facilitated by Kim Hays, Behaviorist. Pathfinder, lead by Zach, is a live action fantasy roleplaying game using problem solving, social and math skills, while also having a blast. Pathfinder is an optional activity that takes place after Minecraft

When: Saturdays 

Times:

- Elementary age - 10am - 11am

- Teens - 11:30am - 12:30m

Cost: $30/session or $100/month

Where:

Speech, Language, Reading Center

5819 Winding Lane, #105 

Hixson TN 37343

Phone: (423) 877-5042

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Pokemon Club (Virtual)

Group is not currently meeting, but check back regularly for future dates and times! This is a free virtual club for neurodiverse kids ages 7-13, facilitated by Mary-Elizabeth Aaron, M.Ed. Bring your Pokémon cards, Pokémon GO!, Switch, or anything Pokémon you own! This is a fun social skills group. 

Ages: 7-13

Cost: FREE

Meeting Times: Current session ended. Check back regularly for future dates and times!

Questions: Email mary-elizabeth-goodman@utc.edu.