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Do you have a non-verbal or non-speaking student with autism who you are trying to figure out where to start with AAC (alternative/augmentative communication)? A visual communication book (similar to PECS) is always my first choice in getting started! It is easy to use in the classroom and at home, and can easily be individualized with children. This resource includes TONS of pictures to help you get started. It also has directions, with pictures, to help you set the visual communication book up for your nonverbal (or limited verbal) student with autism!
This visual communication book resource is perfect for early childhood special education teachers, speech/language pathologists, and parents to use with children who are nonverbal with autism.
This visual communication book resource includes the following:
275 2-inch x 2-inch colorful pictures for the visual communication book (nouns, verbs, pronouns, letters, numbers 1-10, shapes, colors, feelings, body parts, sensory)
23 options for sentence strips
A “not right now” page for the communication book
2 “first-then” boards and instructions on how to use them
Detailed instructions (with pictures) on how to assemble the visual communication book
An editable pdf page to add your own images and text for individualized pictures for the visual communication book (must have a pdf program that allows you to fill forms)
Detailed instructions (with pictures) on how to get started with implementing the visual communication book at home or at school