A resource to accompany the ‘Get Moving’ post.
A PowerPoint presentation, aimed at young people, about asd and accepting difference. It worked well with my son and I’ve also seen it used effectively as part of a school assembly.
As part of my son’s ‘Sensory Diet’, my local Autism Outreach team shared these activities for the sensory seeker.
A useful resource outlining speech, language and communication impairments.
Different feelings and emotions
I made this myself based on the ‘Emotion Vocabulary’ appendix of Brenda Boyd’s book ‘Parenting a child with Asperger syndrome’.
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This is also a good resource. I know this because I am an OT with autism.
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