Do you have a kiddo who blurts out whatever is on his or her mind, without any regard to the feelings of others?
People who have autism spectrum disorders often lack the "internal" filter and say whatever pops in their head often without realizing their comment can be construed as mean or impolite. They need to be explicitly taught this important social skill.
Think it, Don't Say is a visual-heavy social skill lesson focusing on filtering out thoughts using three simple rules. It comes with a visual scenario activity, a visual poster of the rules for the student with ASD to keep with them, a social story and several role-play scenarios to use individually or in a social-skills group.
Some students may need to read the social story several times daily and have extensive, explicit practice with this skill.