Expert strategies from an autism specialist and occupational therapist to help your clients thrive in therapy and in life.

3 Essential Types of Visual Supports To Help Kids On the Autism Spectrum Succeed

Many parents and therapists have heard by now that visual supports can help kids make sense of their instructions. We know that receptive language, or making sense of what they hear, is difficult for our kids on the autism spectrum, and that visual learning is something they're relatively good at. The problem is, when we start making visual supports things can get really complicated very quickly! Maybe this sounds familiar to you: You start making a schedule for a child on the spectrum And suddenly you’ve put everything on it. You’ve put where the child needs to go, what they need to do when they get there, and how they need to do each activity. The schedule is long and complicated. Not even

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