Sociability and successful relationship-building influence to a great extent the self-esteem of a child and follows them until late into their adult life. Social skills constitute a number of skills, which allow a person to communicate, interact and socialize with others.
Children who have difficulties in any, some, or all of the above areas can profit the most from groups whose aim it is to enhance social skills.
These groups offer a safe and friendly environment so that each child may develop his/her own personality and express their feelings effortlessly. Through positive reinforcement and guidance, children learn how to communicate and interact efficiently.
According to the profiles of the children who make up the group, the methods are adapted so that they serve the needs of every child individually.