Pants / Trousers are Important


Focus: Wearing pants/trousers

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The feeling of clothing touching skin sometimes sparks distress for children on the autism spectrum. This matter-of-fact social story acknowledges when sensations become too much yet asserts why wearing pants in public remains important. Simple scenarios depict how pants prevent injury, conceal the child’s private area, and make others feel comfortable. The story underscores speaking up when discomfort is too intense rather than impulsively taking off their pants. It designates private spaces like bedrooms for relaxation without trousers when truly needed and of course in the bathroom. Most thoughtfully, it prompts creative problem-solving around individual sensory issues so children can dress safely while finding regulating relief.

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