Using chain and building images to promote “connected” conversation
Download, print and cut out simple chain pictures to create this activity to help teach conversation coherence to children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. The blog post includes a youtube video demonstration. This was pinned by pinterest.com/joelshaul/ . Follow all our boards.
The Conversation Box: Conversation training tool for children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s
Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders can get stuck in conversation patterns involving "lectures" and "monologues." These easy-to-print cards feature the eight "valid" forms of reciprocal conversation. There are also eight simple explanation cards (not shown in the picture). For about age 8 and up. This was pinned by pinterest.com/joelshaul/ . Follow all our boards. Tags: Asperger's, autism, teaching social skills, conversation, SLP.
The Social Skills Challenge: Enforcing Target Skills in Speech | The Speech Bubble SLP
I love working on social skills with students, but sometimes I feel like we do more talking than working. Know what I mean? We discuss, we do some role play, but it seems sometimes that my kids miss that carryover/application piece.
I have been working hard to add some new social language videos to my Pinterest board and came across a YouTube channel, LAHWF, by Andrew Hales. He is a twenty something guy out of Utah, who started creating socially awkward videos in response to his own social awkwardness, and turned it into a career. His…
Teaching empathy is important. In the simplest of terms, empathy is the ability to notice, understand, and share the emotions of others. It is a critical social skill for all people to have. In many ways, empathy is the social skill that paves the way for all other social skills. It helps us to take