Adulting on the Spectrum Life Skills Video Tutorials
Explore our extensive collection of life skills video tutorials, carefully designed to empower individuals with autism on their journey to independent living. At Adulting Life Skills Resources, we recognize the distinctive challenges faced by those on the autism spectrum, and we’re here to help. Discover a wide array of proven life skills videos thoughtfully created for teens and adults, providing them with the essential tools and confidence they need for a successful transition into adulthood.
Are you a high school life skills teacher or a parent of a young adult with autism? Then we have an excellent resource for you! Explore this informative video on ‘How to Schedule an Appointment,’ designed to empower high school students and young adults on the autism spectrum with essential life skills.
How to Create a Grocery Shopping List
If you’re a high school life skills teacher or a parent of a young adult with autism, you’ll want to access this helpful video! ‘How to Create a Grocery Shopping List’ is part of our collection of functional life skills videos tailored specifically for autistic teens and adults.
How to Complete a Job Application
Attention high school life skills teachers and adult autism life skills centers catering to young adults with autism, this video is tailored to your needs! ‘How to Fill Out a Job Application’ is a specialized life skills video meticulously designed to teach students every aspect of a typical job application.
How to Create a Monthly Budget
Calling all high school life skills teachers! Access this essential video tutorial, ‘How to Create a Monthly Budget,’ tailored specifically for autistic teens and adults. This comprehensive life skills resource contains crucial financial knowledge and practical budgeting skills.
How to Read a Pay Stub
Explore our instructive video tutorial, ‘How to Read a Pay Stub.’ This educational resource is designed to teach students the fundamentals of a standard pay statement. It’s an excellent tool for equipping teens and adults, including those on the autism spectrum, with essential life skills.
How to Respond When the Doorbell Rings
Explore our collection of life skills video tutorials, including ‘How to Respond When the Doorbell Rings.’ These videos are specifically crafted to teach essential safety skills for individuals staying home alone. These resources are invaluable tools for enhancing independence and safety.
How to Create Strong Passwords
How to Create Strong Passwords is an essential independent living skills video for high school students and adults on the autism spectrum. This valuable life skills resource focuses on enhancing online security. Discover it now to empower your students with critical digital skills.
How Credit Cards Work
How Credit Cards Work provides a basic understanding of credit card statements by reviewing their key fields. This essential life skills resource is explicitly designed for young adults on the autism spectrum. Equip your students with practical financial knowledge by exploring this resource now.
Why Choose Adulting Life Skills Videos?
- Personal Safety: Ensuring the safety of your loved ones is a top priority. Our personal safety videos provide practical guidance on recognizing and responding to various situations, empowering individuals with autism to stay safe and confident.
- Money Management: Financial independence is a crucial aspect of adulthood. Our money management videos offer step-by-step instructions on budgeting, saving, and making informed financial decisions, equipping individuals with autism with the skills they need for financial success.
- Career Exploration Skills: We believe in fostering independence by offering the skills to gain meaningful employment. Our job skills videos are tailored to help individuals with autism develop the skills necessary to complete job applications to pursue fulfilling careers, making the transition to adulthood smoother and more promising.
High Schools: Incorporate our videos into your curriculum to enhance the educational experience of students with autism.
Adult Special Education Programs: Support the growth and development of adults with autism through our practical and relatable resources.
Autism Life Skill Centers: Our videos are tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals on the autism spectrum, making them a valuable addition to any life skills program.
One-on-One Settings: Parents and therapists can use our resources to provide personalized support for individuals with autism, whether at home, in school, or in the community.
ABA and Speech Therapy: Our activities are designed to complement the work of Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), and speech therapists, ensuring a holistic approach to skill development.