Our Social-Emotional Learning Platform was designed based on the following tenets

Who Can Use Everyday Speech?

SLPs
Social Worker
School Psychologist
BCBA
Teachers
SEL Instructor
Guidance Counsellor
Built for ALL roles

We provide the entire school the best tools possible to teach SEL lessons and teaching training videos so all will feel confident in how they’re teaching.

Elementary
Secondary
High School
Covering All Ages and Learners

Materials are laid out in lesson plans for both general and special education students to ensure the best access and retention of SEL skills, no matter how your students learn best.

Conversation Topics
Emotional Recognition
Bullying Prevention
Problem Solving
Showing Empathy
Self-Regulation
Self-Esteem

Build strong foundational skills

Promote Skill Generalization

Our materials foster carryover and generalization by modeling skills in different contexts and reinforcing concepts with visual tools and posters.

"Everyday Speech has brought life to my sessions. The children and I love using the videos to work through a variety of situations. The videos have helped the children understand the skills in a better way and has aided with generalisation too."

Melanie Muttitt, Speech Language Pathologist

A Method Based in Twenty Years of Research

We developed our teaching method based on the following underlying skills needed to succeed socially and emotionally: understanding theory of mind, predicting multivariate outcomes, and recognizing social consequences.
CITATIONS:
[1] Vermeulen, Peter. Autism as Context Blindness. AAPC Publishing, 2009
[2] Baron-Cohen, S. (1995). Learning, development, and conceptual change. Mindblindness: An essay on autism and theory of mind. Cambridge, MA, US: The MIT Press.
[3] Leslie, A.M., Friedman, O., & German, T.C. (2004). Core mechanisms in ‘theory of mind’. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8, 528-533.
[4] Zimmerman, B. J. (2013). From cognitive modeling to self-regulation: A social cognitive career path. Educational Psychologist, 48(3), 135-147.
[5] Pawan S., Kjelgaard, Gandhi, Tsourides, Cardinaux, Pantazis, Diamond, Held. Autism as a disorder of prediction: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Oct 2014, 111 (42) 15220-15225.

Video Modeling is the foundation of our curriculums

The gold-standard in interventions for social skills, Video Modeling is an evidence-based strategy using video recordings to model a desired skill.

This technique has been shown to quickly improve and maintain new social skills.

Our videos teach a full array of social competencies to improve school adjustment, cope with ever changing social environments, navigate emotions, make informed social decisions to solve problems, and understand prescribed social rules.

Over 20 years of research support the powerful benefits of Video Modeling

Evidence-Based

Trusted by teachers and loved by students

Make Social Communication Training easy for your students and you.

Find high-quality videos, worksheets and activities specially designed to help you teach your kids comprehensive social skills. With Everyday Speech, spend less time worrying and more time teaching!

Staying on Topic

Conversation Topics

Keeping an Open Mind

Self-Regulation

Compromising

Problem-Solving

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