Talking to someone you trust when you’re sad. (Activity Worksheets For Teaching Social And Emotional Skills To Autistic Children)


In this material, parents and educators will find a comprehensive guide tailored to help children and teenagers with autism understand and manage their feelings of sadness. Through various activities, such as creative expression, deep breathing exercises, and role-playing scenarios, the content aims to provide constructive ways to address and process emotions. The exercises encourage self-reflection, understanding physical and emotional signs, and seeking support from trusted individuals. By emphasizing the naturalness of sadness and offering strategies to handle it healthily, this material serves as a valuable resource in nurturing emotional well-being.


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