Secret Agent Society
Have you heard about the highly acclaimed Secret Agent Society Program? Do you want your child to improve their social skills by learning with peers online?
Secret Agent Society (SAS) is a program for children aged 8-12 years to improve their social and emotional skills. SAS was created by Australian clinical psychologist, Dr Renae Beaumont. It is regarded as one of the most successful programs of its kind in the world. There is strong evidence that it is effective for children with Autism.
The Secret Agent Society Program helps kids crack the code of emotions and friendships.
It is a fun, espionage-themed program involving:
- small online group sessions for children
- small online group information sessions for parents
- real life “practice missions” in between sessions
- a system to monitor and reward skill development at home and school
The program includes 9 child group sessions, 4 parent small group sessions and individual sessions. You can pay for this program using your child’s NDIS funding.
What are people saying about the program?
Participants have “the most significant improvement in social skills ever shown for a program for kids on the autism spectrum” – Dr Renae Beaumont.