Social and dating skills quiz
For a closer look, please see all of our social story articles: The unknown is scary for everyone, but unexpected events and transitions can be particularly stressful for individuals with ASD.
Help prepare your student or loved one for upcoming changes with a social story.
Adolescence can be a difficult age group to teach social situations to.
Storyboarding social stories allows for a fun, yet age-appropriate representation of adolescent scenarios.
Many adolescents don’t realize or care that what they wear and how they act reflects directly upon what other people think of them.
Typically we try to teach our students that what other people think doesn't matter, but that isn't the case when it comes to potential employers.
The ever-growing library of scenes and categories on Storyboard That also allows for a wider range of situations to cover the needs of the users.
This allows the students to initially guide the conversation.Some other dating scenarios that can be taught using social stories include: Once teenagers are around the ages of 15 or 16, when they can legally work in most states, they often become eager to find part-time jobs.Besides teaching students how to complete a job application, it is important that they know how to prepare for a job interview.Individuals on the Autism Spectrum really benefit from social stories, but adolescence is tough for everyone.Social stories can be helpful in preparing for a range of situations, including but not limited to: Unfortunately, negative peer pressure is everywhere.