Social Skills Intervention Group (SSIG)is a standard protocol Tier 2 intervention intended to assist students in acquiring and building fluency in appropriate behaviors. This intervention is most appropriate for students who have acquisition deficits; the appropriate social skills are missing from their repertoire. This component will help teams develop systems and practices required to successfully implement the SSIG intervention with students. The resources on this page are intended to supplement MO SW-PBS regional Tier 2 training.
- Identify implementation components of a Social Skills Intervention Group.
- Describe students who are most likely to benefit from a social skills intervention.
- Tell main findings of research associated with use of a Social Skills Intervention Group.
- Design a Social Skills Intervention that is contextually relevant for your students and school but adheres to implementation of critical features.
- Deliver implementation training according to audience needs (i.e., full staff, participating teachers, students, and families).
- Determine how student data will be collected and graphed.
- Monitor progress and make decisions for students who participate in a Social Skills Intervention Group.
- Create a process for fading intervention supports.
- Determine criteria for exiting the intervention.