Many of you found Autism Little Learners due to the free COVID social stories that I shared. We sure have been through a lot together since the spring of 2020! As much as I’d like to retire these stories, and put them in a time capsule, I’m afraid we will be needing them again for the 2021-2022 school year. I will continue to write new stories as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds in the months ahead. Please check back often, and let other educators and parents know about the free Autism Little Learners library with social stories for COVID. I want to serve as many people as possible with these stories!
Social stories are an evidence-based intervention for individuals with autism. This means that research shows that social stories work! Carol Gray developed “social stories” in 1990. Her work as a pioneer in the field of autism is highly respected. To read more, learn about her resources, or sign up for a training, click here.
This list includes social stories that are useful in the home setting. For the full list of all of the Autism Little Learners social stories, click here.
To read more about how to write a social story, check out this article from Autism Parenting Magazine!
Distance Learning Tips For Teachers
Expectations For Online Learning
Christmas Will Be Different This Year
Getting A Coronavirus Test Done
Getting A Coronavirus Test Done Teddy Bear Activity
Getting A Haircut During COVID
Going Back To School With Online Learning
Greetings At School During COVID
How To Video Chat With Other People
Masks, Face Shields, And Gloves, Oh My!
Staying With My Cohort At School
My Teachers Are Wearing Masks and Face Shields
Riding The Bus Will Be Different
The Drinking Fountain Is Turned Off
We Are Almost Done Wearing Masks
We Are Going Back To Distance Learning
Why Aren’t They Wearing A Mask?
Why Does My Doctor Look Different?
Why Does My Therapist Look Different?