Social Stories: Visual stories for children on the autistic spectrum

Children with learning difficulties are often visual learners, especially those on the autistic spectrum Visual stories can lower anxiety levels and give a clear description to help the child develop appropriate social behaviour and understand self care, different scenarios and transitions.This collection includes over twenty visual stories to match a variety of situationChildren with learning difficulties are often visual learners, especially those on the autistic spectrum Visual stories can lower anxiety levels and give a clear description to help the child develop appropriate social behaviour and understand self care, different scenarios and transitions.This collection includes over twenty visual stories to match a variety of situations Written by a mother after extensive research and study for the use of her own child, these are now being offered in the hope that they can help parents and educators in managing challenging behaviour and reducing the child s anxiety.Visit the authors website christinejayne to find a limited selection of these stories available for free download in PDF and mobi format as well as other works.
Social Stories Visual stories for children on the autistic spectrum Children with learning difficulties are often visual learners especially those on the autistic spectrum Visual stories can lower anxiety levels and give a clear description to help the child develop

  • Title: Social Stories: Visual stories for children on the autistic spectrum
  • Author: Christine Jayne Vann
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 200
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Social Stories: Visual stories for children on the autistic spectrum”

    1. Social Stories is the perfect title for this book. It makes no attempt to teach “school” subjects; it tackles the behavioural problems that challenge children with learning difficulties, and seeks to help their parents/carers too. Twenty stories cover all the basics of everyday living from teeth-cleaning to moving house. They are designed to show children the best ways of looking after themselves, how to behave well and the advantages, and how to make friends rather than alienate potential p [...]

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