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I can use one of my skills to be resilient. Some of the skills that might help me are the Help Now! skills and the Grounding Skill.
I can focus on each of my senses just like I did when I was doing the Tracking Skill. When I use the Grounding Skill , I can stay focused on senses that feel comfortable or okay until I start to feel calm again.
I can use one of my skills to be resilient. Some of the skills that might help me are the Resourcing and the Gesturing Skill.
People that help me feel calm/better: ________________________________
Places that help me feel calm/better: _________________________________
Things that help me feel calm/better: ________________________________
Memories that help me feel calm/better: ______________________________
I practice the Shift and Stay skill. I can use my other skills to shift my thoughts onto an okay or comfortable thought. Then I can try to stay with the thought by focusing on some extra details.
|Building a Resilience Self-Care Plan||A resilience plan is sometimes called a self-care plan. It is a way to help you widen your resilient or “OK” zone and have a plan for how to use the skills.||Download file: Building a Resilience Self-Care Plan|
|Resiliency Plan Template||This template will help you develop a Resiliency Plan.||Download file: Resiliency Plan Template|
This information was developed by the Autism Services, Education, Resources, and Training Collaborative (ASERT). For more information, please contact ASERT at 877-231-4244 or info@PAautism.org. ASERT is funded by the Bureau of Supports for Autism and Special Populations, PA Department of Human Services.