We all love technology. Come on. Technology is amazing. I have never seen a child work so hard as a child working for the iPad. I mean – seriously. For a few brief angry bird moments – my little bundles of joy will work their little hearts out. And beyond the incredible reinforcing power of technology – technology has amazing educational possibilities. Apps and websites galore – there is literally a source of technology to teach any skill you would like to work on. Technology is the freaken bomb. But – you’ve got to make sure you stay organized about it and teach your children the appropriate way to use this great technology.

My new product will do just that. This product – Technology Visuals & Social Stories – has everything you need to organize your technology and make sure your students are handling technology appropriately.

Included in this product are:

Technology Labels {great to label where technology goes}

The Autism Helper - Technology Visual


3 Sets of Visual Rules {Computer Rules, iPad Rules, and Taking Turn Rules}

The Autism Helper - Technology Visual

The Autism Helper - Technology Visual

The Autism Helper - Technology Visual

There are also 2 social stories for common technology issues. If you don’t know about social stories – they can be hugely effective for preventing problem behavior! These stories are short stories accompanied by visuals to help children with autism and Aspergers behave appropriately in social situations. The story describes the situation and then scripts the appropriate response.

Two Technology Social Stories {Taking Turns on the iPad & Asking for the iPad}

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I have these visual communication strips posted near my computer area and they are a lifesaver! This is great for children with less verbal abilities to appropriately request technology items!

Technology Communication Visuals 

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This set is a must have. Technology is expensive and it’s essential to teach our students how to respect our classroom’s technology!

The Autism Helper - Technology Visual



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