Casey's Clubhouse Curriculum for

Independent Professionals
and Specialists

Casey's Clubhouse was originally designed for the creation of Casey's Clubs - therapeutic groups which consisted of two leaders and ten children. 

As the curriculum developed, the stories and lessons stood on their own as ways to teach sometimes complicated concepts in simple, relatable ways. We found the videos and skills had therapeutic value for therapists, counselors, and educators.

We offer Casey's Clubhouse curriculum to independent professionals who are working with children on social and emotional skills building, with the understanding that those professionals will track real world application. Some skills are helpful in a vacuum, and others, like social skills, rely on the interaction with peers. 

Take a look at our Free Resources to get a better idea of Casey's Adventures, Casey's Moments, and Casey's Most Excellent Skills. When you are ready to use the curriculum, purchase the One-Year License to get started. 

What's Included?

30 Animated Chapter Videos

Clients can watch Casey and his friends learn, grow, and play, showing real-life examples of how Social Emotional Skills can help us make friends, love our unique selves, and
problem-solve effectively.

30 Corresponding Lesson Videos

Lesson Videos cap off each Chapter Video to reinforce and explore what Casey and his friends learned during their adventures. 

30 Homeactivities

Send your client home with an engaging and thorough Homeactivity for each chapter to bolster their learning and involve their family in their Casey's journey.

Professional Facilitator Training

Your Independent Professional Subscription comes with a comprehensive Facilitator Training Course so you can learn how to best use Casey's Clubhouse to enhance your client's learning. 

Who is a typical Casey's Kid?

The Casey's Clubhouse curriculum serves kids in 1st-8th grade who have had social or emotional challenges due to negative environments or situations, psychological difficulties, or physiological differences. These challenges have led to social skills deficits, exclusion, disconnection, and social delays.

Some children recognize their need for a friendship group and others do not. Please note that children who are severely deregulated do tend to need smaller groups and more individual focus than we might be able to provide. 
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Casey's Clubs are social groups designed to facilitate the development of social, emotional, and life skills for children. A typical Casey's Club is a full school-year commitment and runs from September to early June. These clubs reinforce and enhance children's skillsets, while also introducing new skills. They provide an opportunity for children to have connections outside of their day-to-day lives, make new friends, and take the time to learn about themselves. From basic to advanced skills, the curriculum can adapt to the group. 

We understand that making and keeping friends can be challenging for many kids. For that matter, friendships can be difficult. Whether social issues arise from common friendship issues or skills deficits, many kids need a place to relate, reboot and regroup.

Casey's Club can be that place!

Take a peek at the curriculum with our
Casey's Clubhouse Sampler!

What Makes Casey's Clubhouse Different?

It's animated.

Our animated series is engaging, original, and accessible, making it fun to watch and learn. Casey begins to feel like a real friend that kids can depend on, and the animation helps break down and examine tough social situations. Skills become memorable and handy to use in the real world.

It feels familiar.

Our animated stories are told by a sole narrator with a distinct and spirited voice, which creates a familiar and inviting environment for students to return to again and again. Think of that timeless bedtime story, or a tale told around the campfire.

It allows for individual experience. 

Much like a coloring book, the characters are presented as black-and-white line drawings, which allows students to imagine their own identities and experiences as they watch the animated videos. 

It uses real-life application.

Wouldn't it be nice if life were just a series of clean-cut problems and solutions? Well, it's not! And neither is our curriculum.

We tell stories in which problems arise naturally and solutions are found through consideration and experience, which helps students learn how to apply skills in the real world. Life is not a textbook of monotonous skills, and learning tools shouldn't be either!

Independent Professionals

For professional child specialists, like counselors, therapists, social workers, and educators, who work with individual clients or students. 
  • Licensed for use by one professional
  • 20 Discounted Student Membership Add-ons
  • Access to entire Casey's Clubhouse Curriculum (30 Stories, 30 Lessons, 30 Homeactivities) 
  • Facilitator Training, Lesson Plans, and Troubleshooting
  • Parent Support resources
  • Casey's Additional Skills Content
  • Use on any device
  • Access to our growing library of content
  • Bonus! 2 Discounted Professional Memberships to share
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be certified to teach Casey's Clubhouse Curriculum?

We offer an online training course for therapists, facilitators, and teachers. We highly recommend that facilitators take the course and review the materials before they use them in individual therapy, group therapy, a social club, or a classroom. We do not certify professionals for this program. Each profession follows a code of ethics when using therapeutic or educational material with children. 

What credentials or qualifications do I need to use or teach the Casey's Clubhouse Curriculum? Do I need to be licensed? 

Because Casey’s curriculum has both therapeutic and educational benefits, we have expanded our offer of the material to therapists, child specialists, and educators so more children can benefit from the program. Thus, we expect professionals to be up-to-date with their specific license and legally treat and educate their clients or students. We leave the licensing boards to oversee their own professionals.

Do my clients need to have their own login access to the curriculum?

We have found that it benefits most club members, whether clients or students, to have their own account with parent management. This gives children the opportunity to watch the videos as many times as they would like, access the coloring pages and home activities whenever they would like, and earn some badges for their hard work throughout each section. Most children who are in therapeutic or social clubs will have their own logins for access to their own membership. In some cases, the child might not need a login. Individual therapists or child specialists might just use the videos during a session to share with a child. And in some cases a classroom might show the videos and print out the home activities for children to do in class. Professionals who are using the curriculum do get discount codes to allow students access to a login and a membership. We do recommend that children have access to the program.

Can my clients go through this curriculum independently?  

Parents, facilitators, therapists, and teachers are important mentors to help children work through Casey’s curriculum. They are needed to help identify what children understand, process how it applies to their own experiences, and integrate it into their world. When students do have their own membership and login, they might go through the material on their own. They might watch videos as their curiosity takes them to the next adventure. As long as the children have mentors to process the material, we have found that those curious enough to move ahead tend to get a lot out of the program.

What if Casey's Clubhouse ends up not working out for me? 

If you have signed up for a subscription, which gives you a 12 month access to Casey’s curriculum and other materials online, you have 30-days to cancel and get a 100% refund. 

If you choose to cancel your subscription within the 12 months, you will still have access to the subscription for the remainder of that 12 months before you lose access. 
Note: If you are a parent whose child is a part of a local Casey’s Club, it means a professional has purchased a subscription to license and use our program. The application of the program as well as all other business decisions are based on their independent company or organization. 

Is internet access required?

While most of our accompanying pdf lessons, activities, and worksheets are downloadable and printable, the Casey's Clubhouse chapter videos do require internet access and are not available for download.

Is the curriculum mobile friendly?

Yes! While our website and curriculum will look the prettiest when viewed on a desktop or laptop, the entirety of the Casey's Clubhouse Curriculum is designed to be accessed through desktop, tablet, and phones. If something isn't displaying correctly, please contact us so we can help troubleshoot the issue!