Frustration Toolbox. (Activity to practice social and emotional skills, for autistic children)


This material offers a comprehensive approach to teaching social and emotional skills to autistic children, focusing on understanding and managing frustration. Through detailed explanations, practical examples, and interactive activities like the “Frustration Toolbox,” it facilitates children’s recognition of frustration and the development of personalized strategies to handle it. Additionally, it addresses specific situations that can be particularly challenging for autistic children, such as noisy environments, unexpected changes in routine, and communication difficulties, offering approaches and solutions to tackle these challenges. This resource is valuable for both parents and educators, providing concrete tools to support the emotional and social development of autistic children in their daily lives.


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