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ACCESS PEERS Program2020-07-17T18:53:38+02:00


Building Skills to Develop Friendships

(PEERS Program)

Many individuals with differential diagnosis/learning needs present with social skills challenges. ACCESS, in collaboration with Webster University, are offering a social skills module, which focuses directly on teaching skills considered important to the development of social skills for young adults (17year+) to build friendships.

Fridays  10:30 – 15:00

Start Date February 14th 2020

Duration 15 weeks

Cost CHF 2,925



10h30 – 12h30: Program at ACCESS

12h30: Interns leave ACCESS to Webster

13h – 14h: Program at Webster

14h: Interns travel back to ACCESS training office

14h30 – 15h: Group discussion on session

15h: Interns will be picked up by their parents at

ASK or travel independently at 15h.

Range of Skills Covered

  • Introductory Session (talking about interests, getting to know one another)
  • Starting and maintaining conversations
  • Finding a source of friends
  • Using electronic communication
  • Appropriate use of humor
  • Entering and terminating conversations
  • Managing Get-togethers
  • Dating etiquette
  • Handling disagreements
  • Handling direct and indirect bullying


Sessions are delivered at ACCESS and then on the Webster Campus with peers. Attendees will travel with the ACCESS team to Webster University. A travel card and a copy of insurance card must be provided.

For more information and registration contact info@allspecialkids.org or call 022 788 21 02