These comic strips were done in order to explain everyday situations to kids on the Autistic spectrum, some of them (such as the battery one) were done to prevent potentially hazardous behaviour. Thankfully they worked well and the battery chewing stopped immediately.
Other comics, such as the William the Wizard Engine one were attempts to assist the learning of communication skills in order to help facillitate friendships and deal with misunderstandings in a humorous way.
It’s quite an interesting process to identify an area in which there’s either a conflict or other obstruction to learning. Then to try to break it down into a logical comic strip.
Please get in touch via the contact form if you have ideas for comic strips that may be of assistance, they work!
Don’t chew the batteries!
A worrying situation which this comic strip stopped with immediate effect, phew!
Water and electricity DON’T mix!!!
Drawn in a hurry as you might imagine...
William the Wizard Engine
Comic strip to offer coping strategies to deal with disliked words for a young person on the Autistic Spectrum.
Didn’t work as well as the batteries one but provided much entertainment.
Using the toilet social story.
We got there in the end.
‘Table rules’ social story, the animals in this story were based on favourite toys.
Story explaining the dangers of cutting wires, thankfully this story did the trick.
Graphics representing various fun activities.
graphics to encourage appropriate behaviour in response to an unwanted hair in the cornflakes.