Social Skills Today
Social Skills Today provides respite opportunities for families of individuals with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders and other social, communication, sensory, and behavioral needs. We do this through various programs: summer camps, school year mini-break camps, social skills groups, and overnight camps.
It is our goal to provide social skills training, behavioral accommodations, and language-building activities in a safe and enriching environment for individuals functioning at all developmental levels ages 4 and above.
Social Skills Today manages several programs and events in the Gwinnett and Roswell areas including Spectrum Camps and Clubs and Roswell Adaptive Friendship Camp.
Adrian Trotter Wilkins has a passion for working with individuals with autism and loves every minute she is with them. For nearly twenty years, she has taught small group classrooms including children with autism and other developmental disabilities in Gwinnett County Public Schools. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Development. In 2011, she earned a Masters in Early Childhood Special Education with a concentration in multiple and severe disabilities from Georgia State University.
Adrian is an active community member and has served on various non-profit boards that serve children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Her summers are spent working at various camps including: Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett Summer Enrichment Program, Spectrum Summer Day Camp, and Camp Journey overnight camp.
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Our purpose is to provide respite opportunities for families of individuals with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders and other social, communication, sensory, and behavioral needs through the avenues of Summer Camp Programs, School Year Mini School break camps and Social Skills Groups, and Overnight Camps. It is our goal to provide social skills training, behavioral accommodations, and language-building activities in a safe and enriching environment for individuals functioning at all developmental levels ages four and above.
Mary J. O’Connell worked in the Gwinnett County Public Schools for over seventeen years teaching children with Autism, before retiring in May 2012. She has experience working with children affected by all levels of developmental disorders. She holds a Masters Degree from Georgia State and is a Highly Qualified Certified teacher in the state of Georgia.
Mary is also the founder, and former board member of New Directions Georgia, a day program she started for adults with moderate or severe Autism. Mary enjoys educating adults and teachers at educational conferences. Mary has presented at the Autism 101 Conference sponsored by the Georgia Chapter of the Autism Society of America, and several Autism Conferences in Georgia and North Carolina. In the school system, Mary designed and provided many training courses on a variety of educational issues and instructional strategies. She is an instructor for the Spectrum Kommunity Inclusion Program (SKIP), a program, which provides training on Autism to community organizations wanting to include children and adults with Autism.
Mary is on the board of the Swansong Foundation and has cooperatively written an introductory sailing curriculum for families of children affected by Autism.
Contact Mary: firstname.lastname@example.org