Social Stories are written narratives that illustrate situations, problems, or challenges, and give suggestions for how to deal with them.
Social Stories About COVID-19 Vaccination
Why Do I Need to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?
This social narrative explains what a vaccine is and why it’s important to get the COVID-19 vaccine. It explains the process of getting the vaccine and how a person may feel after getting the vaccine. (Updated February 2022)
What Is a Booster Vaccine?
This social narrative explains what a booster vaccine is and why it’s important to get a COVID-19 booster. It gives suggestions about where to go to get a COVID-19 booster. Updated July 2022; available in ASL(YouTube Link) and Spanish (PDF).
Continuing to Learn About COVID-19
Recommendations around COVID-19 continue to change. This social narrative explains why recommendations change. It gives suggestions for how to deal with feelings of frustration and offers encouragement to be flexible as we follow the most current guidelines. Updated February 2022; available in ASL (YouTube Link) and Spanish (PDF)
Living Safely in the World With COVID-19
As more people have gotten vaccinated and less people are getting sick with COVID-19, doctors are hopeful that the COVID-19 pandemic will come to an end soon. However, there will still be COVID-19 and some people will continue to get sick. We know that we can live safely, even though COVID-19 is not completely gone. Updated May 2022; available in ASL (YouTube Link) and Spanish (PDF)
When to Do a Home-Test for COVID-19
This social story helps explain the reasons why a person should take an at-home COVID-19 test. Updated July, 2022; available in ASL (YouTube Link) and Spanish (PDF)
Taking a COVID-19 Test at Home
This social story gives information about how to take an at-home COVID test, along with explaining the results. It also explains what to do after you get the results. Updated July 2022; available in ASL (YouTube Link) and Spanish (PDF)
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