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Six-year-old Alexander was diagnosed with moderate autism spectrum disorder (ASD) several years ago. His parents have spent years attempting to potty train him, but he just isn’t completely there yet. In fact, his parents thought several times he was potty trained and then he regressed. Alexander’s parents are frustrated by the added stress of not reaching this milestone and the added cost of large-sized pull-ups when their budget is already really tight. What can they do to make life a little
Have you ever had someone walk up to you and give you a big unwanted hug or kiss? Those moments can be very embarrassing for all involved. Sometimes a person with special needs doesn't understand they should not touch other people. This social story explains appropriate ways to act around others so they don't violate their personal space. It's a great story for explaining that friends are great but we don't need to touch them to show them they are our friends. This book can be used over and ...
Dressing skills are the bread and butter of the Occupational Therapy profession, but not every setting or session is an appropriate time or place to have your client get dressed or undressed. I used to joke around with a Physical Therapist that we hoped our clients weren’t going to incorporate the skills we were jointly …