Secret Agent Society Social Skill Program

The Secret Agent Society (SAS) Program uses exciting games and activities to improve the social skills and emotional understanding of 8 to 12 year olds with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), including Asperger Syndrome.

This flexible program helps professionals improve children’s emotional understanding and social skills by teaching them:

  • How to recognise simple and complex emotions in themselves and others.
  • How to express feelings in appropriate ways.
  • How to cope with feelings of anger and anxiety.
  • How to start, continue and end conversations and play activities with others.
  • How to tell the difference between friendly joking and mean teasing.
  • How to manage bullying.
  • How to cope with making mistakes.
  • How to handle new situations and ask for help when needed.
  • How to make friends.

The Secret Agent Society (SAS) Program provides practitioners with everything they need to improve the social skills of children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders including:

  • Educational and engaging activities, such as a multi-level computer game, board game, helpful thought missile game, walkie-talkie game and card games.
  • Detailed full-colour workbooks for parents, children and teachers.
  • A comprehensive program manual for practitioners, covering everything from assessment to program delivery and process issues.
  • A two-day training course that equips practitioners with the skills needed to effectively deliver the SAS Program.