Social Butterfly was created to provide services to families seeking preschool, after-school programs, social skills groups, and summer camps for their children with special needs. We are a team of educators who are certified and licensed to teach students with special needs. Our classrooms will be set up to meet the individual needs of every student who has been enrolled.
Social Butterfly’s vision is to create a successful and sustainable model for preschool and after-school programs, social skills groups, and summer camps that teach communication, social-emotional and functional living skills to children with autism, down syndrome and other cognitive disabilities. Our ultimate goal is to provide services throughout the United States.
Our goal is to improve and support the development of communication, social-emotional and functional skills for children with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities to ensure access to meaningful integration within their community.
Hours of Operation
Social Butterfly School will provide after school and summer programs to school-aged children with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities, Monday through Thursday, Monday through Wednesday and Tuesday through Thursday, from 3:30 to 5:30 PM.
Programs for Preschool students are available Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
Saturday social skills groups and summer camp hours will vary.
Social Butterfly will provide programs for children ages 2 to 5 with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities, Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS K -8
Social Butterfly will provide after school program for children K -8 with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities, Monday through Thursday from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAMS K – 12
Saturday social skills groups and summer camps for K – 12 are also available.
Social skills groups will include topics related to communication, social skills, and independence. Sessions are for one-hour students will enjoy fun contrived opportunities to practice skills from the lessons.
o Executive Functioning
o Perspective taking
o Game playing
o Friendships and levels of friendships
o Community outings
Social skills groups and summer camp hours will vary.
The curriculum will be taught through a centers-based approach in which children will alternate through. There will be an academic center in which skills are introduced. Once skills are introduced the next three centers will provide contrived opportunities to practice the skills taught.
We will have a sensory center, play center and peer interaction center. Each center blends communication, social interaction and independence to help students become proficient in the new skill.