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Nelson Learns to Read a Prescription Label

Nelson Learns to Read a Prescription Label is a medical safety story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Nelson in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to read a prescription label. Nora teaches Nelson about the importance of understanding medication labels. This social and life skills story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Create a Medication List

How to Create a Medication List is a functional life skills activity that helps develop independent living skills for teens and adults. This step-by-step medical safety resource uses clear and simple language to teach students how to create a medication list, including understanding prescriptions, over-the-counter medication, and tips to communicate with medical professionals. This interactive special education activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 17   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 10th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool  

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Omar Prepare to Visit the Doctor

Omar Prepares to Visit the Doctor is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Omar in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to prepare to visit his new doctor. Olivia helps Omar prepare to see a new primary care doctor by reviewing his medical history. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Create an Allergy Tracking List

How to Create an Allergy Tracking List is a functional life skills activity that helps develop independent living skills for teens and adults. This step-by-step medical safety resource uses clear and simple language to teach students how to create a detailed list to monitor their allergies and related symptoms. This interactive special education activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 21   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 10th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Create a Supplement List

How to Create a Supplement List is a functional life skills activity designed for teens and adults to improve their independent living skills. This step-by-step medical safety resource uses clear and simple language to teach students how to create a supplement list to track and manage their supplements, including vitamins, minerals, and herbal products. This interactive special education activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 20   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 9th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Nelson Learns About Tracking Supplements

Nelson Learn about Tracking his Supplements is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Nelson in this no-prep safety life skills worksheet as he learns about tracking supplements. Nora teaches Nelson about the benefits of tracking his daily supplements. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Alexa Creates a Medication List

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Alexa Creates a Medication List

Alexa Creates a Medication List is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Alexa in this no-prep safety skills worksheet as she learns to create a medication list. Austin teaches Alexa how to track her prescription and over-the-counter medicine by creating a medication list. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Jasmine Learns the Dangers of Sharing Medicine

Jasmine Learns the Dangers of Sharing Medicine is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Jasmine in this no-prep safety worksheet as she learns the dangers of sharing medicine. Jackson explains to Jasmine why it's essential to be careful with medication and only take what the doctor prescribes. This medicine safety story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Nelson Learns How to Communicate His Medical Symptoms

Nelson Learns to Communicate His Medical Symptoms is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Nelson in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to communicate his medical symptoms. Nora teaches Nelson how to identify and understand common health symptoms such as fever, chills, swelling, tenderness, rashes, bruising, vomiting, coughing, and pain. This social and life skills story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Omar Learns How to Administer Basic First Aid

Omar Learns How to Administer Basic First Aid is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Omar in this no-prep safety worksheet as he learns basic first aid. Olivia teaches Omar the importance of basic first aid in daily life. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Jasmine Learns to Track Her Allergies

Jasmine Learns to Track Her Allergies is a life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Jasmine in this no-prep safety skills worksheet as she learns about tracking allergies. Jackson teaches Jasmine about the benefits of monitoring her allergies. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Nelson Prepare to Visit the Dentist

Nelson Prepare to Visit the Dentist is a functional life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Nelson in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to prepare to visit the dentist. Nora helps Nelson prepare for his dental appointment by reviewing his dental history. This social narrative will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Read a Prescription Label

How to Read a Prescription Label is a functional life skills activity that helps develop independent living skills for teens and adults. This step-by-step medical safety resource uses clear and simple language to teach students how to read a prescription label, including dosage, managing refills, prescription warnings, drug interactions, and tips to communicate with the pharmacist. This interactive special education activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 15   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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