Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Free Printable Social Story For Siblings of an Autistic Child

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Looking for social stories? Then you'll love this free printable my brother/sister has autism social story that explains autism to siblings.

If you have been looking for tips on how to explain autism to kids, especially to the siblings of an autistic child, then you're definitely in the right spot because this free printable social story for siblings of a child with autism is a great resource to have!

This simple social story will help your other children learn more about what autism means and how their autistic sibling sees, understands, and does things a bit differently. It is a helpful tool for answering those questions about autism that your other child(ren) might have.

Free printable social story for kids about autism for siblings of autistic children

About the Free Printable Social Story

This social story is designed to help you explain autism to the sibling of an autistic child so that they can better understand their brother or sister.

The story is written positively, just like the I Am Autistic Social Story and My Friend is Autistic Social Story. A positive story about having a unique brain that sees the world differently.

I highly suggest laminating the social story for durability. You can use binder rings to keep the social story together or store it in a binder. As an alternative to laminating, you could use sheet protectors in a binder. Or if you find yourself printing off lots of social stories, then this binding machine is a lifesaver!

Free printable social story for kids about autism for siblings of autistic children

Download the Free Printable My Sibling is Autistic Social Story

There are two versions available: my sister is autistic and my brother is autistic. 

Each printable is 11 pages long, uses identify-first language (autistic vs. person with autism), and includes full color photos. To get your copy, enter your name and email in the form below. You will then be redirected to a PDF with instructions on how to get the two different versions (sister and brother).

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