You and I have done these a million times in our lifetime but our kids on the autism spectrum often don’t have a clue how to handle this in everyday social situations. Not only have we somehow learned what to say and when to say it, but we often have several different options of a response depending upon the person we’re talking to and the situation.
When things don’t come naturally with our students, they must be explicitly taught. You do not need to “accept” that your child or student cannot carry on an appropriate social exchange, you need to expect that they can and should do so. The key here is direct instruction.
In today’s video, I outline two types of Quick Social Responses (QSR) and show you how to get a set of my four sheets of QSRs for free!
Take a look!
For my subscribers, if you’re looking for a sensory tool or an awesome class fundraiser, you’ve got to check out this video on how to make Ninja Balls!!!!
I actually thought about doing a video on this to show you how to make them but Grant Thompson does a much better job than I ever could so…….
Take a look at this video on how to make Ninja Balls!!!
Summer is flying by so fast!!! I’ve been working hard on several projects that I’m hoping to share with you soon! Stay tuned!
Take care and I’ll see you next time!