By Lynn Plimley
This source is helping educators aid scholars with autistic spectrum problems once they input secondary tuition, together with educating social talents, getting ready IEPs, and constructing paintings adventure.
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Others say that certain forms of touch are acceptable and others are not. Useful strategies Identify strong dislikes and introduce activities that contain elements of their defensiveness. Replicate the ways in which close proximity may be needed in other activities – a simple ‘trust’ game of being blindfold and guided around by others may break down some of these defences. qxd 4/6/2006 9:07 AM WORKING WITH SENSOR Y DIFFERENCES Page 43 43 If you work on identifying what type of touch they prefer (many prefer firmer holds, rather than stroking or gentle massage) and build up instances where that could be applied, then these defensive barriers may get broken down.
For some pupils it may be necessary to illustrate the story with drawings and photographs. The story will need to be used on a regular basis and monitored carefully to gauge whether it has brought about a change in behaviour. qxd 4/6/2006 30 9:06 AM Page 30 AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN THE SECONDAR Y SCHOOL Social sentences The theory behind social stories has been used to create ‘social sentences’ for use with some youngsters with ASD. Social sentences can be used to help those with ASD to make sense of certain social situations.
Qxd 4/6/2006 9:06 AM SOCIAL STRA TEGIES: HELPING PUPILS TO COPE Page 29 29 • should always be prepared to listen and take pupils seriously • be discreet and not announce in the class that someone is being bullied • should not tell pupils with ASD that ‘they bring it on themselves’ • should not wander around the yard looking for bullying but rather sneak into locker rooms or dark corners of the school • take the issue seriously and make it stop. org), social stories can be used to help pupils with ASD to learn how to handle certain situations.