Preschool Skills are an important part of functioning in their world
Learning these basic skills is essential to happiness in the home and learning in school.
Elevation Behavioral teaches these skills in a way that even the smallest of children can understand.
This skill deficit is primarily responsible
for many problem behaviors.
There are 2 parts to communication.
- listening and understanding and
- letting others know what they want/need
When children learn to communicate,
most problem behavior significantly reduces
or disappears altogether.
Being able to identify their own feelings
and knowing socially appropriate ways
to express those feelings
helps children to understand themselves,
and make positive social connections
with others around them.
There are so many times our children need to wait.
Knowing how to wait and entertain themselves
is an important skill,
whether at home, at school, at church, in the car,
in the store, or while you're on the phone.
Sharing / Turn taking
Sharing and taking turns
go hand in hand with waiting.
This is a critical social skill for holding conversations,
game play, learning, and friendship.
Fine motor skills
It's such a small thing, but those little fingers
are an important part of their
growth and development.
Strengthening those little muscles
builds a foundation that allows them to
do buttons and zippers, draw and write,
and so much more!
Learning early makes the difference of a lifetime.
Connect with us to sign up for services to help your child learn these foundational preschool skills, or to find out more about how we can help your child.