A trip to the doctor can be a challenging experience for children on the autism spectrum. Preparation prior to the visit is key to a successful experience. Using social stories to prepare children with autism for upcoming experiences has been proven by research to be an effective tool. This social story about getting a check-up consists of simple explanations paired with pictures.
Look for my other stories on: getting a filling, getting impressions, getting a tooth pulled, getting a flu shot, going to the eye doctor, getting glasses, and where does it hurt? chart.
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