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Long-Term value of Social Skills for Children

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Long-Term value of Social Skills for Children

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There is a growing interest in the topic of social skills education for children and adults a like.

There is a high demand for trains, allbusiness.com cites "Personal Coaching for Children" as one of the top 10 small business, Parents are willing to vest in their children, Civility Experts.com reports a 32% increase in enrollment for children's civility and social skills programs with an expected increase of 14% next year.

Civility Experts Inc., defines civility as a conscious awareness of the impact of one’s thoughts, actions, words and intentions on others; combined with; a continuous acknowledgement of one’s responsibility to ease the experience of others (e.g., through restraint, kindness, non-judgment, respect, and courtesy); and, a consistent effort to adopt and exhibit civil behaviour as a non-negotiable point of one’s character.

Why should we teach children civility? There is a general benefit to children who engage in social skills training, helping them develop the skills that others expect from them and respect in them, knowing the guidelines for behaving in the world, and it provides them with the tools to build better relationships. The way a child interacts socially helps them be successful in their relationships, in their life, and their work . Success in these areas leads to happiness within the child and that in turn leads to and creates a sense of responsibility in the child and allows them to contribute to their families, their classrooms, and society in general in a positive way.

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