Dating social stories
Social Stories can be as simple or complex as you want to make them – don’t let the gorgeous videography and photography of others scare you off!
You don’t need a degree in computer programming, nor do you need to be a renowned photographer to learn how to write a Social Story.
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Gwen is a 40-something freelance writer and social media consultant who has an unhealthy love for makeup, hair, and fashion.
If you’re the parent, caregiver, or teacher of a child with autism spectrum disorder, you are well aware of the social challenges kids with autism face, and if you’re looking for Social Stories for kids with autism, you’ve come to the right place.
While it has been said that no two individuals with autism are the same, social challenges are one of the hallmark symptoms of autism.
A child with ASD may seem emotionally detached, have difficulty interpreting the thoughts and feelings of others, and struggle to see things from someone else’s perspective.
Thankfully, there are heaps of generous parents and therapists out there who offer Social Story templates and activities for download.
Whether you’re trying to teach your little one basic life skills, or equip her with the social skills she needs to succeed at school and beyond, a little creativity and a lot of practice can go a long way!