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Boost your child’s social independence with the Going to Church social story, designed for children with special needs.

Social stories are short, illustrated books that help teach children, affected by Autism and other developmental disabilities, the specific social "rules" or "norms" that are generally accepted in society. By offering repetitive examples through easy-to-read text and fun illustrations, social stories help prepare children to address

Teach your child how and when to say good bye when leaving others with our unique Saying Good Bye Social Story Set, designed for parents and teachers working with children with special needs. Social stories are short illustrated books that help teach individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities the specific social "rules" or "norms" that are generally accepted in society.

Benefits:

  • Simplified and repetitive text allows for easier understanding of basic social skills.
  • Colorful illustrations make learning how to handle common social situations more fun.
  • Contains supplemental teaching tools that work together to reinforce important social skills. 

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