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    • Molly Allord Duckett

      What do you mean by social thinking? Pamela Crooke Phd CCC SLP answers this question. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

    • Brian J. Frimel, M.A.Ed.

      Social Thinking: Most of us have developed our communications sense from birth onwards, steadily observing and acquiring social information and learning how to respond to people. Because social thinking is an intuitive process, we usually take it for granted. But for many individuals, this process is anything but natural. And this often has nothing to do with conventional measures of intelligence.

    • Rachel

      Major Speech Pathology Fun with a Side of Gluten Free: Social Skill Products that I fell in LOVE with!


      Social thinking is what we do when we interact with people: we think about them. And how we think about people affects how we behave, which in turn affects how others respond to us, which in turn affects our own emotions. Research is beginning to support the effectiveness of teaching Social Thinking.

    • Angie Wiley

      Social thinking and behavior changing - This is a WONDERFUL article about the importance of social thinking!

    • Social Thinking

      February 5, 2013 - Click our logo to read the full newsletter! We are proud to announce the release of our new book Movie Time Social Learning in this month’s newsletter! Feb's discounted product of the month is Social Thinking Worksheets for Tweens and Teens, and we updated our line-up of Spring conferences (TX, CA, WA, KS, IL, MD). We also posted a new article with 20+ Tips for Group Leaders and a new blog post titled "Mentors vs. Modeling."

    • Krissy Fulton

      A treatment framework and curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner targets improving individual social thinking abilities, regardless of diagnostic label. Professionals and parents alike are using these methods to build social thinking and related skills in students and adults. Social Thinking books, workshops and trainings, created by Winner or based on Winner's work, now offer a range of strategies that address individual strengths and weaknesses in processing social information.

    • Jillian Robinson

      great resources for social thinking theory and instructional practices

    • Debbie Smith

      Some good ideas and tips here for helping with social skills

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    Speech Room News: Thinking About You, Thinking About Me {Social Thinking Review} Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

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    From the book Social Thinking Worksheets for Tweens and Teens: Learning to Read In-Between the Social Lines by Michelle Garcia Winner

    This is a great website with lots of ideas and downloadable activities for social skills based on Social Thinking.

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    Should I or Shouldn't I? What Would Others Think? A game to encourage Social Thinking and social problem solving.

    Perspective taking activities that work great with Zones of Regulation & Social Thinking!

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