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    Free visuals and resources for autism support

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    PowerPoint lesson for kids to teach them how to IGNORE (the right way) - addresses how to ignore, when to ignore, when not to ignore, why to ignore, etc. This is from Jill Kuzma's social/emotional website blog - all of Jill's materials are free downloads!

    Jill Kuzma's SLP Social & Emotional Skill Sharing Site

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    Superflex worry wall pg 1.pdf

    The Speech House: Social Skills Group: Selective Mutism

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    Free SOCIAL SKILLS BOOKS: Listening & Talking - This is a twist on the traditional social story. Many of the children that are having trouble with social skills - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

    SOCIAL SKILLS BOOKS: Listening & Talking

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    Free Download that goes with the Whole Body Listening Larry Books www.socialthinkin...

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    Autism Resources from the Autism Center of Excellence, UC San Diego Visual schedule PDF

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    Flexible Friends Poster..great to go along with Social Thinking at the Elementary grade level.

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    From the book Worksheets! for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills by Michelle Garcia Winner

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    Aspergers and social thinking ideas

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    Aspergers and social thinking ideas

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    Problem Meter, Blog source: Chapel Hill Snippets Repinned by Kim Peterson @ www.kimscounselin...

    Chapel Hill Snippets: Problem Meter---New and Improved!!

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    Start off the new school year with these community building activities.

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    Self-regulation....behavior volcano worksheet! Love this idea, they cansee what is in it for them.

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    Connections anchor chart

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    Questions we should ask about what we are reading.

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    Self-Control

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    Tattling and correcting others excessively is a common problem among children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. To help them work on this important social skill, I developed a free kit for teachers, counselors and SLP's. Print and cut out the cards. This was pinned by pinterest.com/... .  Follow all our boards.

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    neurosciencestuff: Size of personal space is affected by anxiety The space surrounding the body (known by scientists as ‘peripersonal space...

    Personal Space: Design Observer

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    Social stories! A whole bunch of social stories to help kids with autism learn appropriate behaviors, basic life skills, and social skills - printable

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    When I'm Frustrated - Visual Story for Kids with Autism

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    It's Okay Not to Win - visual story for children with autism

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    Why we have personal space. Great article to share with older students exploring Social Thinking.

    Why Do We Have Personal Space?

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    Pelican Talk helps Children with Autism - FREE TIPSHEETS SOCIAL SAM explores social routines and the thoughts and speech that underpin them.

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    Whole body listening

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    Inferencing with emotions!

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    circles program....use with students to identify what to talk to with different groups of people

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