Visuals and autism. These two words go hand in hand. How many times have you heard that autistic children are “visual learners”? Information from a picture lasts longer than auditory information that quickly comes and goes. Visuals are also typically more concrete and less abstract. Visual supports are an evidence-based practice in autism. This means that it is a strategy… Read More
I put together a toy (and book) gift guide for young autistic children. These are some of the most popular, loved toys and activities in my classroom. Click here to download the pdf now!
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Multi modal communication can reduce frustration in autistic children. This is because when we start accepting all attempts at communicating, we are honoring those attempts. What is multi modal communication? Why are more and more professionals talking about it? Keep reading to find out! What Is It? Multi modal communication can be defined as the different ways we all communicate… Read More
This free getting dressed clipart visual sequence is for parents and educators who work with autistic children. New routines, much like transitions, can be very difficult. Going from wearing short sleeves to long sleeves and no jacket to wearing a jacket is hard. Many times it is due to sensory differences. This clothing chart is to help you prepare the… Read More
Joint attention is a foundational skill for learning. Joint attention is a behavior where two people focus on an object or event, for the purpose of interacting with each other. With joint attention, a person is able to (non-verbally) communicate to another by using their eyes and looking at an object, and back at the other person. This shared moment fosters… Read More