Las personas con trastorno del espectro autista (TEA), junto con muchos otros diagnósticos, prosperan en la rutina y la estructura. La rutina no siempre es posible. A veces ocurre una transición o un evento inesperado y cambia una rutina. La incorporación de historias sociales sobre próximas transiciones comunes y eventos inesperados puede ayudar a preparar a los estudiantes y reducir la ansiedad por el cambio.
Special Ed Social Stories for Transitions - Timmy is a school age boy with Autism. His mom picks him up everyday after school and takes him home. Today Timmy's mom has to take him to the doctor after school. He is anxious about not being able to go right home after school since Timmy doesn't not like a change in his routine.
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Mom is going to take me to the doctor today instead of going straight home.
DRIVE TO DOCTOR'S OFFICE
SEE THE DOCTOR
The doctor needs to check me out, then I will go home.
That was not bad at all. I still came home after school was over. I just had to go somewhere else first.
Timmy's mom picks him up from school just like every other day.
Timmy and his mom are in the car after school, driving to his doctor's appointment.
Timmy is at his doctor's appointment, and everything is okay.
Timmy and his mom are on their way home now. It's only a little later than he normally gets home.