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New Brewer Maine Social Skill Group

Free program for adolescents, 13 to 18 years, on the Autism Spectrum. To download a flier, click here.

Social Skills Group, Brewer

Adolescents living with autism or social communication problems will have a chance to meet in a small group, along with their support provider, to focus on developing their social skills through art, role play, and games.

The group will focus on: developing skills for the classroom; friendship making; dealing with feelings and stress; and alternatives to aggression. The curriculum for this program will include resources from Jed Baker, Ph.D., Skillstreaming the Adolescent and Acting Antic.


For:   Adolescents, 13 to 18 Years, on the Autism Spectrum


Dates:   Tuesday Afternoons, April 4 to June 27


Time:   3:30 to 5 p.m.


Fee:   Free 


Location:  Brewer Community Center, 10 Cutler Place, Brewer


Teens must be accompanied to each program by a support provider. Space in this series is limited. Advance registration is required. Snack provided. FMI or to register, contact Melissa Lowe, Field Supervisor, In Home Support, at (207) 852-5306 or mlowe@woodfords.org.