Making Visual Supports Work in the Home and Community
- Strategies for individuals with autism and asperger syndrome
- Savner, Jennifer & Myles, Brenda
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Published USA, 2000. Reprinted 2005
Visual supports help children with autism, Asperger syndrome and other special needs understand their world better. Visual supports help children:
Understand what they are supposed to do
Know what is happening in their day
Understand how to complete work or play activities and tell someone they are finished
Move from one activity to another
Make choices about what they want to do
What are Visual Supports?
Why Should My Child and I Use Visual Supports?
What Kind of Visual Supports Can I Use?
How Do I Make the Visual Support?
How Do My Child and I Use the Visual Support?
How Do I Know If the Visual Support Works?
Jennifer Savner is a behavioural consultant in Kansas, USA. Brenda Myles is an Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education, University of Kansas Medical Centre.
Paperback. 33 pages