This collection of resources offers guidance on the social skills young adults with autism need to have in order to connect with friends, family, coworkers and partners.
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This resource, part of the Be Safe resource collection, is a social story that explains some of the differences in a healthy relationship compared to an unhealthy relationship.Read more
This resource, part of the Be Safe resource collection focused on the prevention of sexual abuse and assault, provides information on different types of relationships such as friendships, family relationships, romantic relationships, strangers and acquaintances.Read more
Bullying, including cyberbullying, is a serious problem that impacts many children but is even more prevalent for children who have disabilities. This resource provides information from various sources about bullying, how to prevent it from occurring, and what can be done to support individuals who have experienced bullying.Read more
The purpose of the Southern York County Youth Club (SYC) is to sponsor a program of supervised athletics for the youth without distinction as to sex, religion, race or color, thereby promoting the highest standards of sportsmanship and good fellowship.Read more
These social stories were created to describe the various aspects of the library to individuals with autism.Read more
The experiences we have within our community are as important as our experiences in the privacy of our homes. Being engaged in the community makes us feel connected and safe. People with Autism gain much from community involvement. They also play an important role in enriching communities by adding to diversity within communities. Consider the strategies below in supporting community involvement and teaching the relationship-building skills necessary to engage with neighbors, businesses, service providers, faith-based organizations, and outlets for leisure activities. Interview the person you support and map a plan together for community involvement.Read more