Social Skills Stories

Social Skills Stories

Social Skills Stories
father and son reading a story

Social Skills Stories is a tool to help individuals with Developmental Disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder better understand the nuances of interpersonal communication so that they can “interact in an effective and appropriate manner.”

Social Skills Stories are used to teach particular social skills, such as identifying important cues in a given situation; taking another’s point of view; understanding rules, routines, situations, upcoming events or abstract concepts; and understanding expectations.


Parent Network of WNY has developed Social Skills Stories to help families and individuals during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

School is Different

English   |   Spanish

My Parents Work from Home

English   |   Spanish

Social Distancing

English   |   Spanish

We All Wear Masks

English   |   Spanish

“Parent Network provides information of a general nature and is designed for information and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical or legal advice.”