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    This product is a life skill task that teaches students to match ingredients to recipes as well as kitchen items needed to prepare recipe. I need this

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    The Saturday Social Independence Workshop is a non judgmental space in which to meet people, do fun activities , make new friends, and learn new social skills. Come join us! Location: Services Center for Independent Living Claremont Location 107 Spring Street, Claremont, CA Time: 1:00pm every Saturday. If you know an adult on the Autism Spectrum, who lives in Southern California Area, please share this pin with him or her. Here is the group's site on meetup:

    This is a valuable life skill task that helps students learn about washing instruction and clothing sort. This task contains 19 pages: Cover page, fabric care symbols, cut out symbols, 20 washing instruction cards with clothing visuals on each card, sorting baskets, clothing, and a directions page.

    "Activities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities" I particularly like the soap bubbles on paper idea. I'm going to try my own version by adding food coloring to the mix and blowing the bubbles on to white paper and seeing the kinds of patterns that emerge. I feel this would make a great art project that could be hung up at the program. #ASD #autism #autismawareness #autisticadults #MHAF #Aspergers #autistic #activities

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    good idea when setting up a structured apartment for a young adult with special needs. #autism #aspergers #design #art #ASD

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    Although this says it is for kids, these are also great tips and ideas for helping adult learners learn how to fill out forms as well. Filling out forms is an important life skill that can help empower our students!