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The Skill of Listening$0.00
We have made ‘The Skill of Listening’ our free social story to help out all of those parents who are forever telling their child/children to listen! The Skill of Listening is a social story designed to guide children through the importance of listening and how to listen.
Trying Tricky or New Things Workbook$1.99
The Trying Tricky or New Things Workbook is the perfect resource for children who have perfectionist tendencies or who are anxious or resistant when trying new experiences or activities that they view as being too hard. The workbook is a combination of a social story and practical encouragement to “collect” times where they tried something new or tricky. By the end of the workbook their confidence will be sky high in seeing all the new and tricky things they were able to do!
Social Scenarios – Social Abilities Bundle$8.99
The Social Scenarios Social Abilities Bundle is a compilation of 7 social stories (© Carol Gray) that features some activities that allow for practical application and therefore repeated practice of these newly emerging skills. This bundle includes:
– Playing and Sharing
– Winning and Losing Games
– Looking After My Toys
– Listening to My Mum and Dad
– Going First, Last or in the Middle
– People are Different
These scenarios are designed to guide children in the art of socialising.
Social Scenarios – Conversation Skills Bundle$7.99
This Social Scenarios Conversation Skills Bundle is a compilation of 4 social stories (© Carol Gray) that also feature some activities that allow for practical application and therefore repeated practice of these newly emerging skills. This bundle includes:
– Talking in Social Situations
– Answering Questions
– Interrupting During Conversation
– Correcting Others In Conversation
These scenarios are designed to guide children in the art of conversing.
The School Transition Photo Book$0.99
The School Transition Photo Book was designed to aid your child’s transition to school by inserting your own photos of their up and coming educational environment. This is a resource they can continually refer back to in the lead up to starting school. The idea is that this will then reduce any potential anxiety that stems from the unknown. We guide you through all of the changes that may occur and by adding visual predictability we aim to give your child a confident start to school.
A Negotiated Education Plan/Individual Learning Plan is a structured plan put together by your child’s school, often with your input. It outlines your child’s diagnosis, needs and learning objectives and what accommodations or adjustments will be made in order to support your child within the curriculum and help them achieve to their potential.
This resource provides ideas of what can be included in an NEP/ILP, as well as some suggested support strategies in some key areas.
My Routine Board (A Visual Schedule)$4.99
The ‘My Routine Board’ is a resource for parents looking to add visual schedules to their child’s everyday routines. The resource includes:
– a base board
– morning routine picture cards
– after school routine picture cards
– bed time routine picture cards
– community places cards (locations you may visit throughout your day)
– blank appointment cards *
– blank chore cards *
– blank reward cards *
– a play time/free time card
The resource features both a colour version (6 pages) and a black and white version (6 pages) for those creative minds who enjoy craft and colouring in.
*The blank cards are for parents to individualise using photos or handwritten words
Gentle and Rough Hands$1.99
The Gentle and Rough Hands story was created for children who may be heavy handed with beloved pets, family and/or friends. It allows for guidance as to how to be gentle with others and how this makes them feel.
The Hierarchy Workbook$1.99
The Hierarchy Workbook is for children who are struggling to understand their role within relationships. The workbook offers a structured way to teach your child “who is the boss” in different social settings (e.g. home and school).
FREE RESOURCE Autism Spectrum Disorder Information Poster$0.00
Knowing how to help others understand an ASD diagnosis can be challenging, especially as it is a ‘spectrum’ which means one person may have different trait combinations as compared to another. We know that no 2 people on the spectrum are exactly the same!
This is where our FREE information poster can come in handy – covering the main criteria and behaviours/traits you might see. This is aimed to help educate and bring awareness to the autism spectrum so download and share!
The Trying New Foods Information and Activity Book$1.99
The Trying New Foods Information and Activity Book was designed for parents whose children struggle to give new foods a go. It is a fun and positive activity book that was designed using a desensitisation and positive reinforcement approach. Our goal was to avoid adding any unnecessary pressure on an already stressful situation. The activity guide is broken up into:
– a parent handout on how to use this resource
– a customisable story that allows your child to feel involved in the process.
The story is based on a step-by-step approach, making trying new foods palatable to your child!
Total pages: 5
FREE RESOURCE – Ideas to Support Peer Connections and the Building of Friendships$0.00
FREE RESOURCE Obsessions … Can them or encourage them?$0.00
Free Handout – Encouraging Language$0.00
Free Handout -Should I tell my child about ASD and how$0.00
Free Handout – We need some Motivation and Reward System ideas$0.00
Free Handout – Strategies for helping children with Change and Transition$0.00