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Social Story - Dealing with Bullies and Stranger Danger Paperback – November 2, 2009
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This book touches on an extremely important topic. Special needs children are often subject to bullying at school and in the community. Not being competent to express themselves or feeling that bullying is their fault, they suffer the taunting of their peers and feel ashamed. This book states very clearly that being bullied is NOT their fault. It tells a student exactly what to do in a variety of situations and who they can trust to resolve this issue. I simply believe that every child with special needs will benefit greatly with this book. --Tass Redding, BCBA
How do you explain to children with special needs if someone is safe to be with? They might understand that going with stranger in a store is inappropriate. But what about the mailman or the landscaper? These are people they're familiar with and see often. In order to be safe, children must learn who they can trust. This book explains it clearly and simply. It identifies those in our inner circle versus strangers. Students will understand the boundaries between those close to us and those we don't really know. This book should be in every library for special needs children. --Emma Rayne, SLP
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Good social story for children w/developmental delays, I recommend this product for anyone who has or works w/children/adolescents w/sp.needsPublished 22 months ago by customer
My 8 year old and I were able to quickly read this book together and discuss the real life situations presented. A must have for any school program.Published on January 23, 2014 by CW7357