Visual Supports for People with Autism

Visual Supports for People with Autism

DRB 167
For children and adults with autism, visual supports are important teaching tools because they utilize concepts that are difficult to master if one has deficits in auditory and verbal processing. Pictures, scheduling aids, and graphics help teach academic, daily living, and self-help skills. This guide gives parents and educators a solid foundation for creating and implementing visual supports that focus on language, attention, memory, motivation and social skills. There are examples and photo illustrations of more than 140 visual supports, with recommendations on everything from durability and effectiveness to the best materials and design concepts.

Soft Cover, 168 pages, by Marlene Cohen, EdD, BCBA and Donna Sloan, MA, BCBA

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