Social Skills: Value-Play / High5-Time /        Groups offered

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An exciting social skills project was launched in the Fall of 2012.  The project is called,  Value-Play for children Pre-K through 6th grade and High5-Time for 7th-8th graders and High School Children.  

Value-Play / High5-Time are based on a Social Skills Curriculum that has grown over the past 11 years from Todd Kellogg starting up and running social skills programs at agencies, school systems, and most recently under PositiveFamilyBehavior, LCC.  Over 160 different strategies have been narrowed down to a 81+ skills that are taught through a visual lesson plan, role-modeling, practice and generalization.  See the Social Skills Curriculum.  And for an explanation of Value-Playand  High5-Time and how these programs are unique, please see the following video:


Value-Play /  High5-Time were launched at the Wilton Office located at 196 Danbury Road (Rt. 7) - just 2 miles from Westport and Norwalk.  Simply call or email Todd Kellogg to arrange for a brief intake and to sign-up.  Every effort will be made to match your son or daughter with other similar peers to form the best possible group.      

The different groups that we offer:

Traditional Social Skills Groups for Elementary and Middle School at the Wilton office, focusing on conversation-based skills, social awareness, social accountability, cooperative engagement (play for younger children), and social problem solving.  Such groups will run for about 10 sessions.  


Special Topic Groups focusing on Executive Functioning; Building up Perseverance;  Problem Solving and Coping Skills; and Managing Social Anxiety.  Each Special Topic Group will run for about 4 to 6 sessions in the Wilton office.


Social Skills and Fitness Groups:  These groups will occur at the New Canaan office utilizing a fitness routine designed by a certified functional movement trainer who works with College and NFL players who also has a background in special education and ABA training.  Part of the group time will be on learning fitness routines while using conversation and cooperative engagement skills.  These groups will also have a community piece during some of the sessions utilizing a local park and walking trails, local shops, etc.  The groups will be held on Saturdays.  


Teen and Young Adult Community-based Groups on Saturdays going to various locations in Fairfield County.  The teen-community group will have about 6 sessions over the Fall leading up to the December Holiday Season.

HS Groups meeting in the Wilton office, coupled with planned community experiences to practice previously taught social and executive functioning skills. 

  Sign up now - Groups run 4 times per year:


January - April


Late June - First Week of August

Todd T. Kellogg, LMFT, BCBA: 


Phone/Voice Mail: 203-543-2043


* * * Apps we use * * *

Value-Play /  High5-Timeare meant to work with a host of effective social skills programs and teaching methods.  With Value-Play /  High5-Time™ the idea is to help children and young adults understand that every social situation is an opportunity to give, receive, and take-away value.  This Value-Exchange concept will be combined with some of the latest and highly reviewed social skills apps offered on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.  

Between the Lines Level 1 and Level 2

Puppet Pals HD



Middle School Confidential 1

Middle School Confidential 2

Hidden Curriculum for Adolescents and Adults

rubato app is finally here and available on the apple app store for iPhone and iPad.  Real-time, time management!  A teaching and learning tool for Executive Functioning as it relates to time management, prioritizing, and delay of gratification.  

Check out the how-to demo video and benenfits of the app:

rubato+ app  And with “rubato+” you can program multiple hours, link consecutive hours together, and create folders to save all your clocks, “+"  plenty of other neat features.


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