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Watch Me Grow Camp

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East Village

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  • Address:

    Watch Me Grow Camp 361 E 19th St
    East Village
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between First and Second Aves

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  • Transport:

    Subway: L to First Ave

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  • To Whom It May Concern: My name is Alexandra Spira. I am a speech-language pathologist at a school for children with special needs in Manhattan. I am writing to introduce an after-school social language group called Social City. The program is scheduled to begin this summer and will run from July 2 to August 15. As of now, sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5PM at Aaron School (309 East 45th St. NY, NY). However, we are looking to change or add a location and wanted to know if there would be a possibility of renting space after your camp day. My partner and I would love the opportunity to meet with you to discuss our program in more depth and the possibility of a rental at Watch Me Grow. For your convenience, I am including a brief description of our program. Please visit our website at www.socialcitynyc.com and don't hesitate to contact us with any further inquiries. Thank you for your time and consideration. Alexandra Spira, M.A., CCC-SLP Program Information: Social City is a social skills group for children ages 6-12 years, attending general and special education schools, who would benefit from supplemental academic and social support. Social City is focused on creating a comfortable and supportive environment that encourages children to interact and bond with their peers in a small group setting. Through motivating and engaging group activities, we provide the necessary tools enabling children to thrive in a social world. Run by two licensed speech-language pathologists with extensive knowledge and years of experience working with school-age children, we understand the significance of adapting instruction to the individual needs of each student. Your child will benefit from Social City if s/he has difficulty forming and initiating friendships, participating in conversation and cooperative play with other children, dealing with frustrating situations, following directions, attending to activities without support, and using appropriate language with their peers. Additionally, we are committed to working with you to target specific social goals you may have for your child.

    Alexandra Spira Wed Apr 24 2013