30 Sep Secret Agent Society (SAS)
Acclaimed Secret Agent Society (SAS) program for children aged between 8 and 12 with social and emotional difficulties is now available through our accredited practitioner Rob Curtis. As seen in the Manning-Great Lakes FOCUS August 2016 magazine
Learning Curves Psychological Consultancy welcomes the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
As a registered provider to NDIS, we can undertake assessment of skills and abilities, and offer behaviour support and therapy services.
Our Principal Psychologist, Rob Curtis has recently completed the practitioner training course in Sydney for one such program, Secret Agent Society (SAS) for Kids between 8 and 12 with emotional and social difficulties and for kids on the autism spectrum.
SAS is a highly interactive, spy-themed small group program giving children a step-by-step code for
making and keeping friends, coping with bullying and dealing with emotions. Home and school actively work together to nurture the social skills. Using animated technology, spy gadgets and games, new social and emotional skills are taught to children struggling with friendships and feelings.
Internationally acclaimed, SAS is available through 500 trained practitioners worldwide.
A University study found the social skills of 76% of children with Asperger’s went from significantly impaired to within the range of typically developing children after doing the SAS.
Learning Curves offers assessment and treatment across all ages and abilities, helping everyone to Learn Well Live Well.
Contact us for help or ask for your free SAS e-brochure and details of the next upcoming SAS Kids Group program.