Time is precious!
You're working hard to help your students succeed.
Social Optics helps you leverage your time to provide
a greater impact -
even when you're short-staffed!
Before you put something in front of your students, you want to make sure it's of high quality. Research matters. Design matters. You want to know that it was built by someone that actually spent time in a classroom.
Built by a Neurodiverse Community
From the very start, everyone has had a seat at the table. Users contribute as much as our curriculum writers and graphic artists. We hire teams that bring as many unique perspectives as our students.

Exceptional Minds, a non-profit academy and production studio for people with autism, is just one of our partners.
9 Researched Evidence Based Practices (EBP's)
  • Technology Aided Instruction and Intervention
  • Direct Instruction
  • Social Narratives
  • Modeling
  • Video Modeling
  • Social Skills Training
  • Task Analysis
  • Visual Supports
  • Scripting
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
We built our program using the UDL principals. That means we designed our instruction to help ALL students by connecting through:

  • Engagement
  • Representation
  • Action & Expression
Clever Integration
Social Optics partners with Clever to provide single sign on (SSO). We make it easy to get up and running quickly and to ensure your student data privacy.

How this Helps Your Kids

Social Optics is focused on helping your students live their best lives.
  • -1-
    Students learn a framework for understanding the world around them, which generalizes to new experiences.
  • -2-
    Problem Solving
    The framework can be used to critically think through options in social situations. This allows students to make choices that align with their identity, while accounting for others' perspectives.
  • -3-
    Improved Communication
    By understanding and then making choices, they can better communicate with those around them. This leads to better relationships.
Social Optics can count as a half-credit course.

Ask us how to work with your school board to get credit for your students.
Contact us to get started:

Phone: 312.545.1146