Social Skills Group

We provide social opportunities for children with ASD to build meaningful relationships with other peers.

Rockafellas Club is a social group program designed for children with Autism (ASD). Social skills are an integral part of functioning in society. Displaying good manners, communicating effectively with others, being considerate of the feelings of others and expressing personal needs are all important components of social skills. 

Developing social skills in children prepares them for a lifetime of meaningful interactions in all aspects of life. With proper support, customised quality interventions, and a nurturing environment, children can develop essential social skills that enhance their ability to connect with others and foster meaningful relationships.

Children diagnosed with ASD may encounter the following difficulties:

Autism Partnership runs various social skills groups for children with ASD, which is aiming to develop their confidence and interest towards other peers. A fun and exciting structure of activities are individually created to meet each student’s needs and objectives.

The Social Group Program is for children who:

**For children who may not have all the pre-requisite skills, 1:1 intervention would be recommended to help them acquire the required / necessary skills to participate in the group program.

Our Rockafellas Social Group Program will work on the following skills: ​​​

Our Rockafellas Social Group Program utilizes our distinctive Social Skills Taxonomy, developed through our Autism Partnership Method (APM). This taxonomy breaks down social skills into several parts including social awareness, social relatedness, social communication, social interaction, and social learning.

These components are essential for the success of children with autism in group settings, fostering relationship-building, peer engagement, and the ability to navigate social complexities. The program focuses on the crucial aspects of the Social Skills Taxonomy, aiming to provide children with autism the skills necessary to navigate social situations more effectively.

Social Group Program Details:

Age Group

5 – 8 years old



Class Size

4 – 8 Students

Teacher to Student Ratio



3:15 – 5:15 PM


Monday, Wednesday, Friday


AP Singapore

The Rockafellas Club Story

When we introduced this social group program at AP Singapore, we invited the children in the group to unleash their creativity and choose a name that would resonate with their dynamic spirit. The result? The resounding choice of ‘Rockafellas’.  
The Rockafellas Club is designed to guide our young participants through their social journey. Through a carefully curated blend of engaging activities, purposeful games, and meaningful interactions, we’ve created an environment where children with autism can learn vital social skills under the overarching theme of ‘being a good friend.’ 

Within this nurturing space, we fostered an environment where friendships blossomed, confidence soared, and a sense of belonging thrived.  

For 9-11 years old:

Focus on social subtleties to successfully maintain relationships.

i-Club targets individualized needs through various school simulations and exposure to new interests, such as technology and new trends that are popular at this age.
Advance social skills and emotional coping skills, such as social inference perspective taking skills, managing unpleasant events, discussion and conversational skills, online safety and time management will also be targeted and worked on in the group.

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