I Can Turn The TV Off

$2.00

Turning off the TV and electronics can trigger all sorts of meltdown behaviours in children. This social story is an incredible tool for empowering children with autism to turn off the TV and play other games. It helps prepare your child to positively manage their emotions and respond to the situation in a socially appropriate manner.

This is a printable social story. It is recommended that the social story is cut out and laminated for durable and long lasting use.

Description

Turning off the TV and electronics can trigger all sorts of meltdown behaviours in children. This social story is an incredible tool for empowering children with autism to turn off the TV and play other games. It helps prepare your child to positively manage their emotions and respond to the situation in a socially appropriate manner.

The “I CAN Social Story & Affirmation” series empowers your child with strategies and socially appropriate responses to enable them to live a more independent, social and confident life.

The reason I love these stories so much is because they not only teach socially appropriate behaviours but they also
include an “I can” affirmation – reaffirming to your child that they can do something! This is extremely powerful. When children possess self-belief, they can break the negative thought pattern and remarkable things can happen. These stories prepare your child for situations which they may they find difficult or confusing. They help to reduce anxiety, stress and uncertainty by providing examples of socially appropriate responses to everyday situations.

As parents, we explicitly teach our children handwriting, maths and reading, however, we often forget to teach them
one of the most important life skills there is – social skills. Some kids, particularly our children on the spectrum, require explicit instructions on how to behave, self-regulate and respond. And that’s why I have created this series for you!

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