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If your child has an invisible disability that results in challenging behavior at school, sports classes, neighborhoods, and family gatherings, this presentation can help! This can include ADHD, Autism, FASD and more!
Special Medical Needs
If your child suffers with special medical needs such as diabetes, joint problems, blood disorders, heart conditions and more, this presentation can help their peers understand some of their unique needs!
If your child has social challenges due to their invisible disability, or has trouble making or keeping friends, then this presentation will help foster friendships and create an understanding between peers while building social bridges.
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Creator, Amanda Preston, is a registered social worker and parent to 8 children, 7 of whom have invisible disabilities. After years of experiencing social gaps and challenges with her children making and keeping friends in the classroom, sports teams, and neighborhood, she developed this simple and interactive presentation geared towards children aged 4-10.
By introducing children to the concept of disabilities and comparing and contrasting invisible disabilities, children are able to better empathize with children in their world who may have differing needs and abilities. With the ability to tailor each presentation to your own child, this presentation can work with almost any invisible disability whether it be behavior based, brain based, or medically based.
Teacher’s can also utilize this presentation without customizing it to the needs of a specific child. Instead, they can present this at the beginning of each school year in an effort to create an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Simply print the Disability Presentation or use with a tablet.
Using the included Parent/Teacher Guide, follow-the suggested script that works alongside the disability presentation.
With the sample e-mail provided, follow-up with the parents of peers in order to foster an understanding of invisible disabilities at both school and home.