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#1 of 12 Old 02-27-2008, 10:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I've been working on a book for Nate. It's still in progress. I just thought I'd share all the great links that I've found to help out anyone that is starting to get these things together.

Social stories
http://www.frsd.k12.nj.us/autistic/S...al_stories.htm

Stories with pecs
http://www.setbc.org/pictureset/
I really like this one. Just click on the picture to get what story you need. the cool thing is that it's offered in pdf and boardmaker.

Free pecs
http://trainland.tripod.com/pecs.htm
Just scroll to the bottom to find the pecs. You have to just print out the whole page.

Sites with lots of other site links
http://www.angelfire.com/pa5/as/asteachersites.html

Also there's a sale on a Pecs CD here for only $21.50


I hope this is helpful. I've been printing like a mad woman lately.
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Thanks for all the sites! I'm working on some things for my dd with these too, so that will help me out!
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Thanks! It's always good to find new PECs and social story sites!
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these are great and should be added to the Special Needs resources sticky!

I'll send this to a mod.
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Glad to help

Now if I could just get my hands on a laminating machine I'd be set!
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Thank you!!!!!!

Edited to add: Some libraries may have laminating available. You could ask at your local library.

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These links are great. Social stories are a new concept I am just learning about. My son has sensory issues and an anxiety disorder, and I have been thinking that social stories might be helpful. I'm not sure about how to use them with him. Can anyone advise me on that? I just printed out the one about saying "hi". He saw it coming out of the printer and asked what it was so I read it to him. It's about saying hi to your family, friends, teacher, and when meeting new people. I read it and he just starting using his growling voice that he gets when he feelings uncomfortable in social situations and said, "I don't say hi to people! And I don't say good-night either!"
I'm curious about the books a couple of you mentioned. Do you put pictures with them?
Thanks.
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I am putting mine with pictures. I just bought a small binder and I read him the stories whenever he seems interested or before we are going to do one of the stories, like bedtime. We are working hard on pooping in the potty and staying in bed at night.
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I'm working on doing a schedule board with laminated pecs and velcro board. I think this will help my dd with routines and also knowing what is going on.

I was thinking of using the pecs for social stories too. I'm including pictures of her for these too. I was thinking about using a photo album or those protector sheets for the social stories.
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Here is a website I frequent for free social stories:

www.AutismShopper.com

Hope this can help some of you. I love it!
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I use this one alot. They have a whole section of free items.

www.do2learn.com
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I was *just* about to start a thread asking for resources! Thanks so much, guys!

We only have one social story and have only used picture boards for feeding therapy and wow... have we seen a difference! I'm currently making my own and finding out its a ton of work!
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