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ASD visual supports

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder and related conditions are generally visual thinkers and learners. Meaning they can understand and relate to information easier when it is presented visually, rather than auditory or written.

 

ASD visual supports are used to help individuals with autism spectrum disorder to communicate and clarify verbal communications.

 

The ASD visual support can be used by teachers to help them give information and instruction for example the ASD visual support can be used on a visual timetable to show the ASD student their daily schedule, lessons and other activities.

 

The teacher can also use ASD visual supports around the classroom to indicate to the ASD student for example the pencil tray, book corner, coat pegs and so on.

 

Presenting information in a visual manner helps the child with ASD understand and process that information easier, clarify any verbal instruction they are given.


ASD visual supports help the child with ASD interpret, understand and act appropriately.

ASD visual supports can be used to help with communication issues with both verbal and nonverbal individuals with autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.

 

To view and learn more about ASD visual supports and how they can help your child with ASD communicate and understand information, directions, skills and behaviours visit http://www.autismsocialstories.com/visual_aids

 

 

 

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