Social Enrichment Groups
Social enrichment groups help children facilitate productive and positive social interactions with others. Social skills are the communication, problem solving, decision making, self management, and peer relation abilities that allow one to initiate and maintain positive social relationships with others. During social enrichment groups, children learn how to make better choices in situations with peers, such as respecting personal space, regulating the volume of one’s voice, making conversation, greeting others, behavioral regulation, maintaining eye contact, and team work.
(Source: Case-Smith, 2005)