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Visual supports such as picture schedules and choice boards are effective strategies for helping children with ASD become more independent in the c...

Visual supports such as picture schedules and choice boards are effective strategies for helping children with ASD become more independent in the c...

Visual supports such as picture schedules and choice boards are effective strategies for helping children with ASD become more independent in the c...

Visual supports such as picture schedules and choice boards are effective strategies for helping children with ASD become more independent in the c...

How To Guide For Visual Picture Schedules for Students with Autism by theautismhelper.com

Schedules {Visual Student Schedules

This is a one page cheat sheet to help students with describing and finding appropriate adjectives to use in a variety of activities. ...

This is a one page cheat sheet to help students with describing and finding appropriate adjectives to use in a variety of activities. ...

Semantic Maps help to explain how to categorize word meanings, something that becomes more difficult and complex for students to grasp as they progress through school.

Semantic Maps help to explain how to categorize word meanings, something that becomes more difficult and complex for students to grasp as they progress through school.

Have you heard of the Alert Program®? It helps kids become more self-aware and gives them the tools they need in order to regulate their bodies. Make a meter for your child's engine, and ask them, "how is your engine running?" Here is a very basic overview: "too low" means they are tired or bored, "too high" means they are excited or too silly, and if they are in the "just right" zone that means they are in control of their body and ready to listen and learn! #classroommanagement #selfre

Have you heard of the Alert Program®? It helps kids become more self-aware and gives them the tools they need in order to regulate their bodies. Make a meter for your child's engine, and ask them, "how is your engine running?" Here is a very basic overview: "too low" means they are tired or bored, "too high" means they are excited or too silly, and if they are in the "just right" zone that means they are in control of their body and ready to listen and learn! #classroommanagement #selfre

Visuals aren't just for students! Staff need visual cues, too. Here are 3 different ideas for using visuals for classroom and therapy staff. These ideas are ideal for special education programs especially those designed for students with autism.

Cue Staff With Visuals....Adults need Visuals, too!

Visuals aren't just for students! Staff need visual cues, too. Here are 3 different ideas for using visuals for classroom and therapy staff. These ideas are ideal for special education programs especially those designed for students with autism.

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