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Keeping My Hands to Myself

Our social story teaches your autistic kiddo the importance of keeping our hands to ourselves and how to respect others.

Keeping my hands to myself: When I get excited, I might want to touch things that are not mine.
I might want to touch other people or their belongings.
But I need to remember that it's important to keep my hands to myself.
If I want to touch something that is not mine, I should first ask.
And if someone says, "No." then I will keep my hands to myself.
This makes my teacher, friends, and family feel happy and respected.
Keeping my hands to myself means I can touch my own: school supplies, clothes, hair, food, toys.Download Now!

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