Superflex Superdecks- Card Games to Promote Superflexible Social Thinking by Social Thinking. (Learning Aid) Superflex Superdecks are card games created to invoke your own superflexible thinking as you teach students to be more superflexible social thinkers. It’s all about superflexibility! The game pack is a companion teaching tool to the popular Superflex Curriculum, which helps parents […]
The Behavior Code: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students by Jessica Minahan & Nancy Rappaport, MD. (XBM Minah 2012) Based on a collaboration dating back nearly a decade, the authors a behavioral analyst and a child psychiatrist reveal their systematic approach for deciphering causes and patterns of difficult behaviors and […]
Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck by Think Social Publishing Inc. (Learning Aid) The Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck is the superflexible teaching tool you asked for to use with individuals who are learning about or have already been introduced to Superflex, the 14 original Unthinkables, and the newer characters, the Thinkables. You take the lead in using […]
What comes NEXT? is a game that teaches correct sequencing with different scenarios that have multiple steps. The individual will need to choose the picture that is missing in the sequence. This kit includes several scenarios to work with.
“What Happens at the Doctor?” is an awesome visual support for parents or healthcare professionals to use with any child who has anxiety about going to the doctor. This visual support can be adapted to fit any type of doctor or hospital visit. It can also be made into a ring, which allows for portability […]
This “Ready to Count” book helps teach your child how to count! You and your child can work through this book together to count how many items of each picture there are, and choose the correct corresponding number from the previous page.
“A Stranger is Someone I Don’t Know” is an excellent visual support to use when teaching your child(ren) about stranger danger. It is so important for kids to learn this information, and the pictures make it easier to understand!
This visual support will help your child become independent when choosing clothes for each season. If dressing appropriately for the weather is challenging, this will give a visual representation of good choices to make when getting dressed.
This visual support is a great tool to use for a wide variety of individuals! It can be used to develop independence when ordering food… or it can be used with individuals who have a hard time going out to restaurants. Whether you are using this visual support to alleviate anxiety and tantrums or to […]
Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students With Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn: Getting to Go! by Judy Endow, MSW. (XED Endow 2011) As students become better regulated and more able to communicate effectively, extreme behaviors decrease, sometimes subsiding altogether. While a functional behavior analysis (FBA) is usually the starting place for students with Asperger Syndrome […]