Social Thinking® Camp



S.L. Hunter SpeechWorks offers half-day March Break and Summer camps focusing on the skills and strategies of the Social Thinking concepts created by Michelle Garcia Winner. Social Thinking is what we do when we interact with people. We need to think about other’s thoughts and feelings in order to become better at interacting with them. Social Thinking bridges the connections between thoughts, feelings and behaviours paving the way for transferrable social skills. Children who present with near typical expressive and receptive language development, yet have concerns surrounding their social language skills are candidates for these groups.

Topics that will be targeted during the group include:

  • Interacting and Relating to Others

  • The Group Plan: Moving from ME to WE

  • Thinking Thoughts and Feeling Feelings

  • What are the “Expected” and the “Unexpected”: Social Behaviours Across Various Contexts

  • Making “Smart Guesses” about Others’ Intentions

  • Thinking with Our Eyes


March Break Camp: TBD

Summer camp: TBD


For groups, individuals are matched based on age, developmental level and needs. We are very committed to ensuring group partners are matched appropriately so optimal social thinking can occur.

Primary (4-8 year olds) 




A deposit of $100 is required to reserve your spot.

Minimum enrollment is required.

Cost includes:

  • 2 hours of intensive therapy in a small group with an S-LP or CDA

  • 1 hour of language stimulation through craft and activity time with an experienced volunteer

  • Complimentary 15 minute screening to establish goals (new clients only)


3rd party insurance can be used for 15 hours of therapy

This therapy can potentially be used to treat the following:

Asperger Syndrome

One in 88 children is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Asperger syndrome is considered by many to be the mildest form of ASD.

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges.

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Social Difficulties/Pragmatic Disorder

Social language skills can be described as the way in which we communicate verbally and non-verbally with the world around us.

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