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Autism Support Lessons
Updated: 3/19/2020
Autism Support Lessons
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  • Someone was not nice to me
  • Carer's please choose your lesson
  • I saw something bad
  • I have been hurt by someone
  • Ok! Carer's please create your avatar
  • Hair style/Hair Colour/Eyes/Skin/Nose
  • Ok! Student's please create your avatar
  • Hair style/Hair Colour/Eyes/Skin/Nose
  • The carer is given the option of which lesson they want the user to be taught.
  • What is the user most likely to be doing?Building a tower with blocksDoing some artPlaying the drums
  • Great! Lastly please select from the options below to suit the user.
  • Where is the your user most comfortable? The ParkAn Inside Room
  • What communication style would your user prefer?SymbolsSign A Long
  • The carer then is given the chance to create their avatar who will become part of the story. They are encouraged to show the user their avatar and explain that it is meant to be them.
  • The user is then given the opportunity to create their avatar with the support of the carer if necessary. This will be the main character.
  • The carer is then given the opportunity to edit the scene details to the individual experience e.g. what the user is doing, the scene etc.
  • This is the example of the 'Someone was not nice to me' lesson. The user's avatar will be conducting a personalised activity (previously selected from a list by the carer.)
  • A person will enter the room, the user will hear footsteps and a door open and close.
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