Social skills for neurodivergent Gen Zers and their parents

Join us for an interactive conversation about teaching your family the most valuable skills they can ever learn: how to have healthy relationships with others, as well as with yourself.

Social skills are crucial to building a fulfilling and rich life. Whether your student is in high school, college or the working world, effective communication is key to building relationships. And today, autistic students and young adults need to be able to use both in-person and digital communication strategies effectively.

Mara and her team at IRL Social Skills lead workshops and cohorts of neurodivergent students and parents through evidence-based techniques to improve communication. Get a sneak peek at this free webinar!

About the presenters

Beth Felsen is the founder of Spectrum Transition Coaching which strives to help autistic young adults find success in college, career and life. These major transitions can cause stress for the entire family and Beth’s Empowerment Coaching packages help autistic young adults and their families enjoy smooth transitions and success in their adult lives. Beth works with families of high school students as they weigh options after graduation through young adults navigating career and independence.


Mara McLoughlin, MS, CCC-SLP and her interdisciplinary, multicultural team of fellow speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, mental health professionals, learning specialists and direct support workers teach both interpersonal — and INTRApersonal — social skills to Gen Z and their parents, using a socially valid approach that gets results. Learn more about IRL Social Skills here.

Reserve your spot!

Topic: Social Skills Coaching: A Model That Actually Works
When: April 27th, 2023 at 7pm ET
Where: Online Webinar
RSVP: Via Eventbrite here

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