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Visual Supports

Children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) learn best when visual supports are put in place in their home and other environments. These resources provide parents with a variety of strategies and tips for creating and using visual supports across their child’s day.

Choice-Boards.doc   Choice-Boards.doc
Choice-Boards.pdf   Choice-Boards.pdf
First-and-Then.doc   First-and-Then.doc
First-and-Then.pdf   First-and-Then.pdf
First-Then-Board.doc   First-Then-Board.doc
First-Then-Board.pdf   First-Then-Board.pdf
Mini-Schedule-With-Instructions.doc   Mini-Schedule-With-Instructions.doc
Mini-Schedule-With-Instructions.pdf   Mini-Schedule-With-Instructions.pdf
Requesting-a-Break.pdf   Requesting-a-Break.pdf
Requesting-Help.doc   Requesting-Help.doc
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Did you know that children who are blind learn about the parts of objects first because that is what they feel with their hands as they explore?  Children who are able to see learn about an object, such as a chair, then learn about the parts of the object, such as the seat, back and legs.

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