The Circle of Inclusion Web Site (融合之家網頁)
Social Stories for Children
with Autism or for Children
with Asperger Syndrome
The Gray Center For Social Learning and Understanding ~ The Social Story Guidelines ~
This is an article written by Carol Gray, the Director of the Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding. She has been a consultant to students with autistic spectrum disorders at Jenison Public Schools for a long time, and she is the pioneer of Social Story.
Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support ~ Social Stories and Comic Book Conversations ~
This page provides you with brief descriptions of three well known method of helping teach social behavior including Social Stories, Comic Strip Conversations, and Thinking Stories. Also there are links to the order information and to the Gray Center (*read above).
This is a brief article written by Stephen M. Edelson, Ph. D. at the Center for the Study of Autism. It briefly provides you with what a social story is. Also you can view some examples of social stories by clicking the bottom of the page.
Listening to Stories
Sometimes people listen to stories.
Stories can be about things that really happened or they can be make believe.
Some stories are long and take awhile to read. Other stories are short and take only a few minutes.
Some stories have pictures and others just have words.
Sometimes I can learn new things from stories.
I can listen to stories at home and at school.
When I listen to stories I sit quietly and pay attention.
Other children listen to the stories, too. That is why I have to be quiet, so everyone can hear.
Why and How I Show People I Love Them
I can say, "I love you," to my Mom and Dad.
I can say, "I love you," to my other relatives.
I can say, "I love you," to my people who are special to me.
I can draw pictures to show people I love them. My family would like the pictures I draw for them.
I can smile and look at people to show that I love them.
I can hug people to show them that I love them.
Why and How We Hug
People hug to show that they love each other.
When I hug someone, I put my arms around them and squeeze gently.