We're on a mission
Since August of 2022, SociallyWize Foundation has made it a
point to positively impact the lives of children, tweenz, teenz,
and young adults with quality programming. Below are the
We have provided programming to
over 1,957 children and young adults in 2022.
Those programs were:
Provided 15 Toolkits for 3
Afterschool care community centers
Provided 6 different Social
Connection groups (with students in
our tween population)
One-on-one coaching for students
requesting individual assistance
We also provided over 75 holiday gifts
to our youngest clients that are a part
of the following groups:
Frankford Townhomes Community
Boys and Girls Club in Plano Boys
and Girls Club in Richardson
Boys and Girls Club in Garland
how to Become a Little (or big) wizer
Become a wizer Student
Become a wizer Teacher/Classroom
Become a wizer Community partner
Thanks to donations and sponsors of the SociallyWize Foundation Sociallywize skills boxes with all the items you need to learn, apply or improve social skills are provided for free to students, teachers and community organizations. Please register to receive a sociallywize skills box during our next mail date.February 1 2023.
WHY INVEST IN IMPROVING SOCIAL SKILLS?
New Study Shows Poor Social Skills Might Lead to Poor Physical, Mental Health
It’s no secret that our society is becoming increasingly less social. Many of us prefer to communicate and connect via text, phone call, Facebook, or email—anything but face-to-face. And when we do happen to forego our phones or our computers, we freeze up. That security blanket of a screen is no longer there, and we suddenly forget how to talk to one another
What does SociallyWize Education Foundation actually do?
We support children, young adults, and older adults
through their personal journey of growth. Our
focus is on social skills development and executive
functioning skills which are goal-directed
behaviors. Sometimes clients don’t even realize
they need to refine their executive function skills!
We help people learn about how they learn
(metacognition), develop individualized strategies,
and hold themselves accountable in using those
strategies. We use a problem-solving models to
work on goals and address barriers and obstacles
overarching goal is to help people in
developing: (1) problem solving skills, (2) a growth-
mindset, (3) grit and resilience, and (4)
What SociallyWize Education Foundation DOn't do?
We are not a school (although we do help with
homeschooling coursework), and we do not provide
therapeutic supports. We also do not provide ABA
supports (although some of our work is behavioral
in nature) or related services, such as Speech, OT,
or PT. Coaching can complement these other
supports, so if you are questioning whether we are
a good fit or not, feel free to
set up a call with us and we’d be happy to clarify
how we can help
. If we aren’t a good fit, we always try to point you
in the right direction of something else you may be
What age group do you work with?
We work through the lifespan, starting as early as 5
years old up through adults in their eighties and
socially wize foundation partners
Thank you to all of our partners.