It's Not Okay To Steal

It's Not Okay To Steal

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This Book Has 9 Pages
  When we were teaching Niam how to use a debit card, money, credit card and, how to use an account number,  it it equally important to teach stealing at the same time.  Sometimes , a person with Autism may not realize they are stealing. They can take an item, show it a cashier and leave, or leave money and leave and not wait for the full transaction to take place. Thus, it is important to teach, not only how to pay, but to wait for the entire transaction to take place including signing, and taking a receipt. I hope this is helpful. The pages are not numbered allowing you to take the pages that are relevant for your child and, combine with a functional math program. 
This story looks at using money at a store and/ asking a friend for an item.
The resource can be laminated for longevity and used in the classroom or at home to help your child learn an essential life skill.
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    Stealing social story

    Posted by Ian on 2020 Feb 12th

    This site is a tremendous resource. I have not put this social story in place in the program I plan to as of yet but can see the potential benefits.