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Description

This app is a simple and short social storyabout divorce and what it means for a child. The app uses simplelanguage and graphics to explain that divorce means parents livingin separate houses, and that it’s ok.

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Dealing with divorce can be difficult for any child, and may beespecially difficult for children diagnosed with an autism spectrumdisorder, Down syndrome or other special need.

Children with special needs often need more direct instructionof abstract concepts, like divorce, than typically developingchildren. Teaching what happens with a divorce to any child may beeasier and less stressful when visual supports, like social storiesare used. This social story explains accurate information andensures that your child will know the basics of what to expect froma divorce.

Social stories are an important type of visual support oftenused with children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, Downsyndrome or other special need. This social story uses simple textand descriptive pictures to explain what a divorce is.

Social stories were first defined by Carol Gray in 1991 and arecommonly used to break down a task or social situation into smalland easy to understand steps, often accompanied by descriptivepictures. Social stories are incredibly easy to implement and areused by many professionals for a wide range of behaviors.

App Information Divorce Social Story

  • App Name
    Divorce Social Story
  • Package Name
    com.TouchAutism.DivorceStory
  • Updated
    April 22, 2013
  • File Size
    2.2M
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.3 and up
  • Version
    2.4
  • Developer
    Touch Autism
  • Installs
    50 - 100
  • Price
    $0.99
  • Category
    Education
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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