Date
14 October 2019

Use recommended approaches to support social interaction

Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Key areas to support’

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Ideas to support social interaction

Ideas to support social interaction

Gary Veenstra describes how he works with teenagers and young people to develop communication and social interaction skills.

Model social inclusion

Model social inclusion

One of the critical components of social inclusion is that all students see themselves and others as full participants in the classroom, the school and the community. Respect, value and interact with your student with low vision as you do with all other students in class. All the students will model their behaviour on yours.

Useful resources

Useful resources

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Social story creator & library

Publisher: TouchAutism

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Website

EPIC Youth NZ

Publisher: EPIC Youth NZ

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Next steps

More suggestions for implementing the strategy “Key areas to support”:

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