How can we improve the peer interactions for children with pragmatic language disorder to increase self esteem, reduce difficulties in social settings, and prevent further issues relating to behavior and learning?
Create and offer a network of social camps held throughout the year and country for all kids with pragmatic language disorder (possibly related disorders as well) to learn and improve upon skills that they may be lacking, and to boost their confidence in conversing with and developing relationships with people in a similar age group as them. Being in the same environment as people with similar struggles should increase self esteem, confidence, and could possibly lead to breakthroughs in therapies that work for this population.
We chose to include a brochure of our social camps as our paper prototype. This is to provide our readers with a clear idea of the intent and activities of the camp.
Steps of paper prototype:
- Camp overview: to give a brief overview of what we are trying to accomplish
- Activites: to give a visual of what our camp will consist of
- Reviews: to show how the camp will positive impact individuals
- Mission statement: to conclude our main idea and plan with the camp