Visuals

Visuals

10 Tips for a Successful Holiday Meal

No matter which holiday you are preparing to celebrate, there are simple, easy things you can put in place to make the day go more successfully with your students or children on the spectrum. As with all structure and visual supports that you can offer...

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Increasing the Use of Visuals at Home!

 We have to remember that in young children, receptive language is not yet fully developed.  One of the “wants and needs” I hear often from families is that their child does not follow the directions they are given.  Or that the usual, every day routines take so much support, and it becomes frustrating for both parent and child.  The addition of visuals within the home has been the most successful change I have implemented. 

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Time Management and Waiting Visuals

Let me share a little secret - I stink at waiting. I get anxious. I get bored. I fidget. Waiting is hard for me. It's hard for many of our students. Waiting is a skill that needs to be taught. But we want to ensure that we are teaching waiting and time...

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Behavior Plan Flow Charts

Writing a behavior plan is all about individualization. There is no one-size-fits-all formula that will work for every student. This process can be daunting and overwhelming. I get it. I've been there. Sitting in front of that document wondering where the heck you...

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