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  • Social

    Distancing

    A Social Story for Visual Learners

    Created by: Meg Stone-Heaberlin, PsyD, Celia Schloemer, MA, Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics & UCCEDD

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

  • COVID-19, also

    known as the

    “Coronavirus,”

    is a new sickness

    everywhere.

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  • People who have

    Coronavirus might

    have a fever, a

    cough, or trouble

    breathing.

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  • You may have heard people talking about Social Distancing.

    This is a new idea.

    Sometimes new ideas are confusing.

    PAGE 4

  • Social Distancing is also called “Physical Distancing” because it means to put space or distance between people.

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  • You can engage in Social Distancing by staying home with your family unless there is a reason to go out.

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  • Some people might leave the house to:

    •Pick up food •Go to the store •Go to the doctor •Play in the yard •Ride bikes

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  • When we go out, we should stand far apart to keep germs from spreading.

    Standing far apart is Social Distancing.

    PAGE 8 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_distancing

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_distancing

  • When we go out, we should stand at least 6 feet away from people that don’t live inside our house.

    To help us remember, 6 feet is about the length of your bed or two Golden Retrievers!

    PAGE 9Social Distancing Means Standing 6 Feet Apart. Here's What That Actually Looks Like, Text Rogers - https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/24/health/six-

    feet-social-distance-explainer-coronavirus-wellness/index.html

  • We stand far apart because germs can spread when we cough, when we sneeze, and even when we talk!

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  • To keep ourselves and others from getting sick, we can:

    •Stand far apart •Wash our hands •Wear a mask

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  • PAGE 12

    CLICK HERE for a

    video to learn

    more about

    Social Distancing!

    Since “social

    distancing” is a

    new skill for us

    to learn, watch

    a video to find out more!

    Or you can type this link into your browser:

    https://youtu.be/s4WEN6bAScw

    https://youtu.be/s4WEN6bAScw https://youtu.be/s4WEN6bAScw

  • Also, just because we need to stay home or stand far apart doesn’t mean we can’t talk to people we care about.

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  • We are learning new ways to be together.

    We can even play games together through the phone & computer!

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  • And soon we may be able to spend time together in person too.

    When we do, we will practice what we learned about Social Distancing.

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  • Caregivers,

    CLICK HERE for more

    information about

    teaching someone

    to engage in

    Social Distancing.

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    Or you can type this link into your browser:

    https://youtu.be/8egjdU3vqdc

    https://youtu.be/8egjdU3vqdc https://youtu.be/8egjdU3vqdc