The Secret Agent Society (SAS) Programme is for children aged 8-12 years with complex mental health disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, Anxiety Disorder and/or Emotional & Behavioural Disorder (EBD).
SAS is a spy themed, multimedia group programme which uses an evidence-based curriculum to improve children’s mental health and emotional resilience. It teaches children to recognise and manage their own feelings, cope with change, detect others’ emotions, talk and play with peers and deal with bullying.
The kernel of success of the SAS programme is the coordinated, collaborative approach between clinicians, children, parents and teachers. The SAS clinical resources are specific handbooks for children and parents as well as tip sheets for teachers. SAS uses interactive games, activities and resources to empower children to feel happier, calmer and braver.
By providing one child with a SAS Resource kit you will also be helping their family, friends and teachers.
SAS Resource Kit:
– Child Handbook
– Parent workbook
– Teacher tip sheet
– Individual online access to the SAS
– Gadget Pack (Containing Relaxation Gadget Code Cards, Secret Agent Wallet, Stickers, Stress Ball etc)