Going to the Potty: For Boys

Going To The Potty - for BoysMany children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience difficulties with daily life activities such as toileting. This activity can be especially difficult for those children who have sensory issues, and who lack body awareness. The purpose of life skills stories is to describe the experience in a step-by-step format in order to reduce the child’s anxiety about the activity; life skills stories also state the behavior you expect from the child in a positive, upbeat way.

 

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Going to the Potty (for Girls)

Going To The Potty - for GirlsMany children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience difficulties with daily life activities such as toileting. This activity can be especially difficult for those children who have sensory issues, and who lack body awareness. The purpose of life skills stories is to describe the experience in a step-by-step format in order to reduce the child’s anxiety about the activity; life skills stories also state the behavior you expect from the child in a positive, upbeat way.

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Brushing My Teeth

Brushing My TeethMany children with special needs, learning difficulties, or sensory issues, experience difficulties with daily life activities such as teeth brushing. This activity can be especially difficult for those children who have sensory issues. The purpose of life skills stories is to describe the experience in a step-by-step format in order to reduce the child’s fears and state the behavior you expect from the child in a positive, upbeat way.

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Going to a Friend’s Birthday Party

Many children with special needs, learning difficulties, or sensory issues, experience difficulties with activities such as attending birthday parties. Knowing what to expect by reading the life skills story may help tremendously. Birthday parties (especially large, noisy ones) can be particularly difficult for those children who have sensory issues, and whose systems may become overloaded from too much sensory input. The purpose of life skills stories is to describe the experience in a step-by-step format in order to reduce the child’s anxiety about the activity; life skills stories also state the behavior you expect from the child in a positive, upbeat way.

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Getting A Haircut

Getting A HaircutGo along with a little boy as he gets a haircut. Every step in the process (including the clippers) is illustrated with full-color photographs. He even gets a treat at the end of the story.

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