ASD On The Go can be broken down into three domains: social communication, organization, and problem solving. 

  • Social Communication
    • Starting a Conversation
      • This module discusses how to start a conversation, how to keep a conversation going, and how to end a conversation. Further details on how to keep a conversation going and how to end a conversation politely are discussed in later modules. 
    • Asking/Answering Questions
      • This module discusses why asking and answering questions is important to keeping a conversation going. Users will learn how to ask follow up questions, start new conversation topics within a conversation, and how to give answers with enough information to keep the conversation going. 
    • Listening
      • This module focuses how to keep a conversation going once it has started. You will learn ways to show conversation partners you are listening, and the importance of listening to what others say.
    • Non-verbal Communication
      • This module discusses the different types of non-verbal communication and how to use and identify non-verbal communication when talking with others. 
    • Talking Electronically
      • This module discusses two main types of electronic communication – texting and social media. In this module, users will learn what electronic communication is and how to use it both effectively and appropriately.
    • Ending a Conversation
      • This module discusses ways to appropriately end conversations and how to identify when others are trying to end a conversation with you. Module users will gain a better understanding of verbal and non-verbal cues related to ending a conversation.
    • Joining In
      • This module discusses two types of groups, casual and planned, and how to join and participate in each of them.
    • Personal Space
      • This module defines what personal space is, why it is important to respect other people's personal space, and how to maintain appropriate personal space. 
  • Organization
    • Using a Calendar
      • This module discusses how to stay organized using various forms of a calendar. Users will learn how to set up an electronic calendar, how to set appointment reminders on your calendar, and how to set reoccurring appointments.
    • Planning
      • This module outlines how to plan events effectively. It discusses how planning helps you get organized, aids in getting things done, and helps you make sure you always have what you need.
    • Self-monitoring
      • This module discusses how self-monitoring is an important tool that will help you reach your goals and become more independent. Within the module you’ll learn what self-monitoring is, why you should self-monitor, and how and when to use self-monitoring.
    • Developing Routines
      • This module outlines what a routine is and why they are important. In this module you will gain tools to make developing routines easier.
  • Problem Solving
    • Asking For Help
      • This module discusses when to ask for help, who can help you in certain situations, and how to ask for help from others.
    • Being Flexible
      • This module outlines what it means to be flexible. Several examples are discussed of times when things can change and how to adjust to these changes in order to be flexible.
    • Making Mistakes
      • This module outlines different kinds of mistakes, how to minimize common mistakes, and what to can do once you realize you have made a mistake. 
    • Problem Solving
      • This module discusses what problem solving is, how to identify a problem, and strategies to solve your identified problems.

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