Here is a great visual to teach students with autism how to match their voice volume to the situation. ~ Re- pinned by Total Education Solutions. Check out the rest of our School Resources and Therapy pins @ http://pinterest.com/totaleducation
Understanding and practicing levels of formality across different social contexts can be awfully confusing to many children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. This is a four-level visual system and created 36 cards to create a social skills teaching system that can also be used as a game. Easy to download and print out. Free. This looks like it could be very useful!
Being able to identify and understand community signs is a crucial for my special education students. These hands on tasks help them develop those life skills. There are 3 different levels so all of my students are able to use them. They are really helpful for my students with autism and multiple disabilities. Perfect for SPED rooms, work task boxes and direct instruction.
Study shows stress levels of mothers of children with autism similar to that of combat soldiers---being the parent of a child with autism I know first hand that the stress isn't so much from the autism but trying to negotiate all of the mazes necessary to secure services for our kids
Being the Sibling of a Brother with Autism – "Screaming Quietly," by Evan Jacobs Screaming Quietly is a book in the Gravel Road Series which are Realistic Teen Fiction Books written at low reading levels. The books are all at a 3rd grade readability, but the content is mature – for a teen audience. - See more