The National Professional Development Center has recently created the Autism Focused Intervention Resources and Modules (AFIRM) to provide training on the tools that have been shown to be effective for helping students with autism (evidenced-based practices). Check out their module on Visual Supports. I promise you, the power of visuals is well worth the time!
For more information about evidence-based practices, you can also visit the NPDC website. For more information and ideas about using visual supports, check out ConnectAbility's website. Have a visual helper success story you'd like to share? I love to hear how these tools have helped little ones succeed!
Until next time,
Please Note: The information shared on this website is for a general purposes only, and is not intended to take the place of professional therapy services or the advice of professionals who have evaluated, or are currently working with your child. Please consult your child's speech therapist to determine, if the information shared would be helpful to your child.