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PEERS® Lab at the University of Maine offers trainings, groups, and support for young adults themselves and the familiy members and professionals who work with youth that struggle with interpersonal interactions.


Offerings and Options Through the Lab

Asynchronous Online Dating Bootcamp Available Now

This PEERS® Virtual Dating Boot camp is open to all including teens, young adults, parents, and professionals. Attendees are presented with targeted skills through didactic instruction and role-play demonstrations, and have the opportunity to practice newly learned skills through independent practice and behavioral rehearsal exercises.

More Information and Register HERE

Reading Resources

Book cover: The Science of Making Friends. Photo of Three teens sitting in the grass

Book cover: The PEERS Curriculum for School-based professionals. Photo of teens talking

Book cover: Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental and Autism Spectrum Disorders. photo of group of teens

Book cover: PEERS for Young Adults. Photo of young adults sitting together with books.

Synchronous Young Adult Group Trainings- Registration now for start in spring 2023

“Friendship Skills Boot Camp”

A Training Module teaching PEERS® Friendship Skills to support teens and young adults on the autism spectrum.

Learn more general info here.

More Specific Information for the Spring 2023 Online Group HERE

More Specific Information for the Spring 2023 In-Person Group HERE 

Self-paced App for Young Adults

The UCLA PEERS program also has a self-paced app for iphones and androids that can be accessed HERE

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For Additional Enrollment Information or Questions about the
PEERS Lab at UMaine

Contact:
Maine Access to Inclusive Education Resources
Phone: 207.581.2448
Email: maier@maine.edu