A Social Stories Intervention Package for Students with Austism in Inclusive Classroom Settings

by Victoria Jesswein last modified 2020-09-15T14:35:45-07:00
JEFFREY M. CHAN AND MARK F. O’REILLY UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS 2008, 41, 405–409 NUMBER 3 (FALL 2008) A Social StoriesTM intervention package was used to teach 2 students with autism to read Social Stories, answer comprehension questions, and engage in role plays. Appropriate social behaviors increased and inappropriate behaviors decreased for both participants, and the effects were maintained for up to 10 months. This intervention package appears to be useful in inclusive classroom environments and does not require intensive supervision of the child’s behavior. DESCRIPTORS: autism, inclusion classroom, role play, social skills training, Social Stories

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