Monday, July 28, 2014

Visual supports can be extremely useful for children with autism by creating stability in their daily routine, reminding them of tasks that need to be completed, and giving them advance warning of any changes that may take place in the schedule. The great thing about visual supports is that they don't have to be designated as a tool just for a child with ASD. All children can benefit from them.
Information about visual supports can be found at:




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