A Theoretical Framework on Using Social Stories with the Creative Arts for Individuals on the Autistic Spectrum

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R. Bawazir; P. Jones;
  • Publisher: International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1132555, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1132554
  • Subject: theoretical framework. | Individuals on the autistic spectrum | Individuals on the autistic spectrum, social stories, creative arts, theoretical framework | social stories | creative arts

Social Stories are widely used to teach social and communication skills or concepts to individuals on the autistic spectrum. This paper presents a theoretical framework for using Social Stories in conjunction with the creative arts. The paper argues that Bandura's socia... View more
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