In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to use Social Stories to support children’s understanding of a routine or event. Participants will learn how to make their own Social Stories and practice using them.
- Discuss Social Stories and their benefits, especially for children with Autism, ADHD/ADD, and Intellectual Disabilities.
- Learn how to use Social Stories at home and at school to foster the understanding of events, expectations, and routines.
- Learn how to choose appropriate visuals for Social Stories and resources available for creating your own.
- Learn how to write and use Social Stories that can support children with and without disabilities.
- Make 3 social stories: one on self-help, one on a school or home routine, and one on friendship.
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Provided in partnership with Santa Clara County Office of Education and First 5.
$50 per person