Wearing A Bra Is Okay: Pages 12: Social Story

Wearing A Bra Is Okay: Pages 12: Social Story

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Free Social Story  Wearing A Bra Is Okay : This Package Includes : 12 pages


Puberty can be a difficult time for teens and parents. Parents find the time challenging as they have to explain the changes that are taking place,  appropriate social skills and, help the teen cope with changes happening in their body. As part of my puberty section, I am trying to break down some of the issues that are relevant to teens with Autism and developmental disabilities.

What exactly is puberty? How does my body change? What happens? How Will I Feel?

This book focuses on why and when you should wear a bra.  This resource can be used by the parent or by a teacher as part of a health education class.

Remember Autism is about the potential. Check out my son Niam Jain Autism Artist website and this video. Never underestimate the potential of your child or children.

Hope this books helps you.  I know there are many books on how to teach puberty but I wanted to focus on the materials required to teach puberty.

This free social story can also be used as part of a reading program or behaviour management program.  Use the book to talk, ask questions and answer questions.

 This is a great ABA Resource, school education program, social story and free printable worksheet for your students as part of a home living program, parental resources and school program to reinforce important skills for children with Autism and other developmental disabilities.

 The resource can be laminated for longevity and used in the classroom or at home to help your child learn an essential life skill.

 Check out our other great social stories for teachers and students. We have many social stories you can download for your student.

 From our family to yours, we encourage learning and hope you enjoy these materials. I want to see all of our children reach their best potential.


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1 Review

  • 4
    Great visuals for our severe needs ASD class!

    Posted by Tia Gamelin on 2020 Mar 11th

    super resource for our middle school girls and their families!