Wearing Seatbelts Social Stories

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Wearing Seatbelts Social Stories

Wearing Seatbelts

A seatbelt is a device to help keep you safe while you are travelling.

There are lots of times when people need to wear seatbelts. For example, in a plane, in a car or on a rollercoaster.

Wearing a seatbelt can help protect you from hurting yourself if there is an accident or other problem.

It is a rule that you must wear a seatbelt. People may get cross with you if you don't wear your seatbelt.

Wearing a seatbelt will help keep you safe. It is important to keep it on until your journey is over.

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Wearing a seatbelt

Seatbelts are fitted in cars to keep people safe in an accident.

Wearing a seatbelt can help protect you from hurting yourself.

It is usually the law to wear a seatbelt in a car. The police can fine people for not wearing a seatbelt.

A few people find wearing a seatbelt uncomfortable but they still have to wear them. Most people get used to wearing a seatbelt and hardly notice they have it on.

Wearing a seatbelt is something we all need to do. They keep us safe but not everyone likes wearing them. It is OK to not like wearing a seatbelt but it is still important that you do.

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Notes on creating your own personalised social story:

Use the above examples to create your own personalised social story for the child. If you need to modify the language to support younger children ensure that the exact meaning intended remains clear and unambiguous. You may want to add photographs or pictures to illustrate the meaning or provide motivation to use. A print out version is also available below.

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Wearing Seatbelts

Wearing Seatbelts Social Story

A print out version of the Wearing Seatbelts social story example above.

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Wearing a seatbelt

Wearing a seatbelt Social Story Example

A print out version of the Wearing a Seatbelt social story example above.

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