Young children with developmental disabilities are eligible for intensive home-based and center-based intervention services before they reach preschool age. If they do not have siblings, the possibility to practice social-communication skills with peers during and outside of treatment is usually very limited. For children diagnosed with ASD, teaching the foundational social-communication skills should be a substantial part of any early treatment plan. Although many social-communication skills might have to be taught directly in individual sessions with the therapist, intensive practice outside of sessions is necessary for the child to learn how to apply those skills with peers and in settings other than home. We offer social groups where children can practice social-communication skills with peers under the guidance and supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.