After Puberty Social Stories: Dating, Intimacy Story Narratives Autism, SPED

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9th - 12th
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  1. Understanding social situations and following society’s norms are a vital piece to the puzzle for school and life success. Well managed classrooms clearly define the rules and create a conducive environment for all students to learn. To create such a classroom, use social narratives as a way to ex
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Adolescents face many social challenges during and after puberty when they are attracted to others. Help increase the understanding social engagement during this coming of age time by discussing the topics of dating through detailed social narratives that focus on sexuality, social situations, and societal norms. This set of eight stories of 8 ½” * 11” books includes

• Boundaries (22 pages)

• Controlling What You Wear (19 pages)

• Dating (24 pages)

• Flirting (19 pages)

• Intimacy (23 pages)

• Sexual Situations (35 pages)

• When Someone Doesn’t Want to Date You (19 pages)

• When You Don’t Want to Date Someone (15 pages)

In this time period, social rules have never been more important. While this is a topic that makes many adults uncomfortable to breach, I find that these books are the best way to prevent undesirable behaviors and situations. These stories accurately define sexual terms and provide a detailed script of what to do right when engaged in the activities listed above. Social rules are explained as are details on how to engage in the topics listed above. Please note that these should be considered information that typical learners would receive when talking as peers and explain in detailed many important questions young people have about sexual situations. The stories are not written to “scare” students away from intimacy or sexual situations but to give them an understanding of when and how these situations occur. These stories were written after many requests to accompany the puberty social narratives for both girls and boys.

I have used these stories to explain these topics with a student in a 1-1 setting and sent copies home to parents of students who need guidance of how to explain these issues. A social narrative is the perfect tool to explain delicate issues to individuals with autism. Many students have difficulty learning what actions are okay in private versus what is okay in public.

Great for any teenager or adult including those with

• Autism

• Aspergers


• Emotional Disorder

• Language Impairment

• Downs Syndrome

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"Easy to use and worked for the students."

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