This social skills story is designed to help children with autism who struggle with using new or different bathrooms. The social narrative is aimed at helping your child overcome their fears and anxieties around using unfamiliar potties or toilets and comes with a fun and interactive bathroom scavenger hunt that will make the experience more enjoyable for your toddler, preschooler, or young child with autism.
The story is written in easy to understand language and an interactive tone to encourage conversation about this difficult topic. It discusses why they might feel afraid or uncomfortable using new or different bathrooms and introduces easy-to-use coping strategies that will help them manage their anxiety and feel more confident and comfortable in any bathroom setting. Through our story, your child will learn that they are not alone in their fears, and that there are simple and effective ways to overcome them.
In addition to the story, our product also includes a bathroom scavenger hunt that will keep your child engaged and entertained while they use the bathroom. The scavenger hunt is designed to help your child feel more at ease in their surroundings, by encouraging them to look for specific items and features in the bathroom. It’s a fun and easy way to make bathroom time less stressful and more enjoyable.
This social skills story is most appropriate for pre-K to early elementary age children.