Welcome to ShoeboxTasks

Dedicated to providing creative educational activities and opportunities for individuals with autism or disabilities who are “learning how to learn.”

ShoeboxTasks® provide the opportunity for children or adults who need a high degree of structure to experience success and build upon that success for greater skill and independence.

 

Developed by Ron Larsen during his time as a therapist with the TEACCH program, these Tasks have proven to be an educational breakthrough for otherwise uninspired learners.

 

Centering on Children is the sole-source creator and distributor of ShoeboxTasks®. We employ adults on the autism spectrum in our ShoeboxTasks Vocational Workshop. They assemble and package the Tasks independently, with the guidance of job coaches.
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We are proud to offer a work environment which provides dignity, fair wages and a sense of accomplishment for our employees, while implementing as many environmentally-friendly principles as possible.

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Just wanted to drop a quick "hi" from up north.  This is Mike Walker--used to work with A. at your workshop.  I wanted to let you know that I am so glad to have the ShoeboxTasks in my classroom up here.  I have two severely challenged guys who excel with the tasks and even the more mildly challenged guys request them as special activities.  I ordered all of the second set and the two other classrooms each ordered Basic Curriculums.  I appreciate all of the help and information I amassed working with you and I am now able to use it daily in my autism support classroom here in Philly.  Hope all is well.  Congrats on the new tasks.....they look awesome.  Mike Walker

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