Social Stories™ were developed by Carol Gray, President of The Gray Center.
A Social Story™ describes a situation, skill, or concept in terms of relevant social cues, perspectives, and common responses in a specifically defined style and format.
The goal of a Social Story™ is to share accurate social information in a patient and reassuring manner that is easily understood by its audience. Half of all Social Stories™ developed should affirm something that an individual does well.
Although the goal of a Story™ should never be to change the individual’s behavior, that individual’s improved understanding of events and expectations may lead to more effective responses.
My newest social stories will be listed under the ‘Social Stories’ category – sometimes it takes me a little while to update this page
Feel free to borrow these and edit them for your own personal use.
Allergy test (skin prick test).
Preparing for a birthday party at home – includes a letter I sent to the inlaws preparing them for what to expect from us
Birthday party role play and social story - saying Thank You for gifts.
Death – Granddad is Dead.
Going to the Dentist.
Mummy is going away for a couple of days.
Starting school – a picture book to help prepare.
Batman Lives at My School … story about a special toy that lives at school to help anxiety.
Sleepover at Aunty and Uncles house.
Staying with the class and teacher at swimming.
Sunday School / Church social story
Unfriendly Teasing - how to respond.
Visiting Hospital – visiting Granddad on the chemotherapy/cancer ward.
Going to a Wedding and what to do during the ceremony.
Fantastic list of social stories from all around the interwebs is available here.