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5 User License
Coping With Chaos is a story based program about emotions and
for children and adults with autism, behavioral difficulties and/or
Sam goes to different places and you must help him cope with the things that happen to him there. First you must recognize how Sam feels, then you decide what he does about it.
Coping With Chaos is best used as a tool for discussion about emotions and appropriate behavior, either one-to-one or with a small group. By looking after Sam and relating to him, learners will be encouraged to understand that other people have feelings just like they do. By controlling Sam•s actions, learners can witness the consequences of inappropriate behavior. Sam has his own fears and dislikes just like real people. It is hoped learners will be prompted to generalize these experiences and develop consideration for others.
• 14 different mini-stories featuring realistic animations in 3D
• 6 familiar locations (a classroom, cafe etc), providing greater situational variety. Sam might be bothered by a wasp in the park, or a loud noise might make him jump.
• Two levels of play. The simpler level is for learners only able to understand "happy", "sad" and "angry", while the second level adds emotions like "scared", "bored", "excited" and "embarrassed".
Coping with Chaos is best used on a large display with a group of students and used as a motivating focus for discussion in a PSHE lesson. It is suitable for readers and non-readers and all on-screen text for learners has spoken support.
Switch access options are available for learners who cannot use the mouse or a touch screen.
Targeted at the following ages:
• All Ages
Coping With Chaos is designed to foster development in the areas of:
• Choosing with a switch
Accessibility:• Multiple Switches
• Single Switch
• Mouse/ Trackball/ Joystick
Windows 2000, XP, Vista
Macintosh OSX 10.2.8 and above