This title features 44 cards on skills for daily living. These full-colour cards illustrate a variety of familiar situations and activities that can be used with older chidren and adults who require intervention in the area of appropriate social behaviour. Some cards show a good understanding of social skills, while others show a poor understanding by one or more people. Situations include: disturbing other people; jumping the queue; helping a disabled person; caring for an animal; and cheating in an exam. The cards also show non-verbal communication, such as posture, gesture, facial expression, respecting personal space and appearance.
Intended for use in educational settings and/or therapy contexts under the supervision of an adult. This is not a toy.
"Suitable for use with older children and adults who require intervention in the area of appropriate social behaviour. The content is good, representing a wide variety of different situations and scenarios, and the pictures form a useful basis for discussion with individuals and groups." — RCSLT Bulletin
"Clearly drawn pictures...wide age range...could be used flexibly in individual or group settings." — OTPLD Newsletter
"Represent a wide range of familiar events...this would be a valuable resource." — NAPOT