Making Visual Supports Work in the Home and Community
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©2000. By Jennifer L. Savner and Brenda Smith Myles. This book contains many examples of visual supports that can be used with children who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The best way for many children with ASD to learn is through pictures, and teachers and parents can use visual supports to help verbal and nonverbal children understand their world better. This book provides examples and illustrations of the most common visual supports, including visual schedules, information sharers, checklists/organizers, and visual behavior supports. Filled with helpful illustrations and photographs, this guide describes the tools and materials needed to make visual supports, and it also discusses how to target specific tasks and behaviors. (Spiral bound; 33 pages.)
©2007-2008. Autism Society of North Carolina.