Getting My Blood DrawnMany children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) must have their blood tested regularly to monitor their special diets and to test the effectiveness of various biomedical interventions. Having blood drawn can obviously be a traumatic prospect for any child, and can be especially difficult for children on the spectrum. The purpose of life skills stories is to describe the experience in a step-by-step format in order to reduce the child’s fears and state the behavior you expect from the child in a positive, upbeat way.

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