Autism Visual Communication Potty Training Activity Set. Communication needs and wants for children with Autism can be a challenge for your child to express. Potty Pocket is an assistive device you can use to practice communication skills and encourage specific elimination needs of the bowel and bladder. It’s also a fun activity to help your little one feel fearless and excited about going to the toilet!!!
Visual behavior chart will also work great for Teachers and Educators within the classroom. You can include the Behavior Reward Chart in your classroom to collectively encourage and motivate positive behaviors amongst all your student. The student can work together on practicing good behavior and visualize the upcoming reward or rewards!!!
Potty training visual for Toddlers and Preschoolers. Potty training communication activity to encourage children with special needs to communicate thier toileting needs. Prevent bashful bowel and bladder by getting the whole classroom involved.
Potty train your toddler with Potty Pocket. Fun potty training activity to encourage your child to let you know ow when they need to go. Potty Pocket prevents bashful bowel and bladder by encourages toileting needs. Potty training visual encourage communication of toileting needs for special needs children.
Potty Pocket is a fun visual interactive potty training activity to encourage children “to let someone know when they need to go!!!” Toddlers are the typical age to begin potty training and the transition from diapers to the toilet can be challenging. However, Potty Pocket encourages interaction to either raise the peep, poop, or toilet images high to the sky with excitement or use the image as visual cues to let you know when he or she needs to go.
The Autism Reward chart was created to meet your child’s information processing method. Vertical processing is typically observed by your child lining up items/toys vertically or horizontally. Your reward chart gives layout options for vertical and horizontal processors. Horizontal processors will be noted lining up things in a horizontal direction and vertical processors will be noted lining things up vertically. You will have the option to design your reward chart vertically or horizontally.