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This FREE student-illustrated social story narrative (social distancing) is about the current national health crisis (COVID-19) that we are currently experiencing. Children with autism may find it especially difficult to understand why they can’t go to the places they love visiting, such as the park. This FREE social story narrative does NOT discuss the illness, rather it focuses on things that a child may not be able to do now, but allows them the opportunity to draw, write, or talk about things they like to do at home.
We hope that this activity helps your student/child cope with the upside down world we are living in today. If you need anything, have a question for me or Jessica, please feel welcome to email me at : DSinger@AutismEducators.com
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· A social narrative for your students, or your own child to read with you and illustrate. This helps the child relate their own feelings and experiences. Dependent upon the child’s age and abilities, you may work one-on-one (which is my preference), or read as a whole group. This social narrative does contain some illustrations to help guide the child.
· YES! Just print the “Why can’t I go there?”social narrative and staple. The child will need crayons, colored pencils, or markers to draw the pictures on each page. A pencil is needed for the fill-in-the-blank page.
The answer is YES!
* Given a social narrative related to an event or situation which STUDENT has no personal control over schedule changes, isolation from peers and familiar people or daily routines, STUDENT will read/listen to the social narrative, draw/color illustrations which represent how the child feels about the situation, discussed within weekly increments, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Jessica Jones, LMFT, offers suggestions and ideas based upon a series of topics related to strategies to help enhance a child’s behavior or well-being. She volunteers her time and services to Autism Educators, Inc.
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