A guide to writing social stories : step-by-step guidelines for parents and professionals / Chris Williams and Barry Wright.
By: Williams, Chris.
Contributor(s): Wright, Barry [author.].Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017Description: 141 pages illustrations 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785921216 (alk. paper).Subject(s): AUTISM | SOCIAL STORIES | WRITING
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword: A Parent's View. - Introduction. - PART 1: Social Stories and Autism. - 1. Understanding autism. - 2. What is a social story? - PART 2: a Guide to Writing Social Stories for Teachers and Parents. - 3. A guide to social stories. - Taking turns to help in assembly. - PART 3: Gathering Information and Social Stories : Worked Examples. - 4. Gathering Information. - Why do we fart? - Time to think. - What happens when I have a seizure? (Thomas's Story). - PART 4: More Examples of Social tories. - Why we go to school. - Working on my own. - Focusing and concentrating. - Tryin hard at swiming. - Joining school swimming lessons. - Happy playtimes. - Taking new medicine. - Finding out about Archbishop Holgate Sixth Form. - Visiting the dentist. - Why we do homework. - How to take tests. Waiting to ask the teacher a question. - Going to Flamingo Land. - I am a kind intelligent person. - Spiderman is a film character. - Using words that people like. - PART 5: Appendices. - A template for making sense of a child's behaviour and planning ways to help. - Step-by-step flowchart. - Checklist. - Checklist (short version). - Definitions of terms. - References. - Index.
"Created with the input of parents and professionals, this step-by-step guide shows exactly how to create effective Social Stories™ for children with an autism spectrum disorder. This book shows how to go from using ready-made stories to writing tailored stories that will improve social understanding, following Carol Gray's popular guidelines." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE