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Many individuals with autism struggle with conversation skills. At times, they struggle with forcing conversations on others who may not have an interest in their topic. This social story explains how to determine if the listener has an interest,
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Individuals with autism can have rigid thought processes which may result in significant reactions when frustrated. This social story explains why strong negative reactions are not appropriate in school, what others think when it occurs, and what
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Individuals with autism can struggle with conversational skills, specifically how to end a conversation without simply walking away. This social story explains how to wrap up a conversation, what others think when they simply stop talking and walk
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Individuals with autism can struggle with conversational skills. This visual has pictures, as well as descriptions/examples. It can be used for teaching the steps of conversation as well as for cuing (to not rely on verbal prompts). Appropriate
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Personal space can be difficult for individuals with autism to understand. This social story was created for high school students or young adults who may be in the work place, who have average reading abilities.
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Individuals with autism can struggle with personal space, often not knowing what kinds of touch is appropriate and inappropriate with different people. This chart is an easy to follow visual. People with autism are often visual processors.
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Individuals with autism can struggle to notice immature behavior in themselves. This social story explains why putting school IDs in your mouth is not appropriate, what others think when it occurs, and what would be considered an appropriate
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Individuals with autism can have concrete thought processes which may not be able to predict danger. This social story explains why standing on the bus while it is moving is not safe, and what others think when he follows the safety rule. Reading
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Individuals with autism can have sensory overload and frustration build-up which can cause melt downs when frustrated. This visual is helpful in aiding the student's ability to self-monitor. Appropriate for elementary through high school.
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If a student relies on eye gaze to communicate, this is a quick and easy visual for any person to use to navigate "yes" (and other positive concepts: good/more/again), and "no" (and other negative concepts: bad, less, stop) questions. There is also
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Individuals with autism can have difficulty with social communication. This social story discusses how to greet others at school or in the work setting. It also explains the benefits of greeting others. Appropriate for secondary through adult.
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Individuals with autism can become easily frustrated when attempting to make decisions. This social story explains that there does not have to be a perfect choice when dealing with minor decisions. Reading level is appropriate for secondary
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Teenagers and young adults with autism sometimes struggle with accepting helpful criticism. This social story was created for the vocational environment, but can be easily adapted to the school or home setting.
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Speech/Language Pathologist (public schools), Communication facilitator (vocational settings), Articulation deconstruction and rehabilitation specialist, Autism (social stories), Executive functioning skills, Reading and writing literacy.

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