The best website with TONS of pictures for PECS or visual learning.

The best website with TONS of pictures for PECS or visual learning. Perfect for creating a visual schedule for special needs kids.

How are you feeling now? Visual helpers. http://www.iidc.indiana.edu/styles/iidc/deimages/IRCA/visual_support/behavioremotionsHowareyouFeeling1.jpg

This site contains a wide variety of visual supports, including communication boards, choice boards, and social stories. These types of supports are always needed for students with complex needs!

These low tech communication boards work well with any communicator, verbal and non-verbal, but especially for children on the autism spectrum. For verbal children, it gives them the visual support and helps recalling verbal output. For non-verbal children, it provides an avenue for expressive language. Each board can be used to create 1-6 word phrases (i.e. “help.” “oh-no! baby cry.” “I make play-doh cookies.” “You cut apple.” “I want green car go down.” etc.)

Low Tech Communication Boards: General Boards and Activity Boards

how to make a core vocab communication book. i would adapt this w/ more icons on the main page. maybe make one for preschool, based on the existing vocab board + fringe rows for each center activity? could make a file folder to store strips for recurring centers that the teacher sets up.

how to make a core vocab communication book. i would adapt this w/ more icons on the main page. maybe make one for preschool, based on the existing vocab board + fringe rows for each center activity? could make a file folder to store strips for recurring

FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience  working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option!   #autism #BHSM #AAC

FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments.

Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)

Using Lego and other visual supports to help Autistic children understand emotions

Boardmaker Online - calming tools

Strategies to Calm free boardmaker activity and picture communication symbol board for boardmaker software.

Free! Basic Needs Communication Board 1

This is a fantastic freebie to use with patients/clients/students with complex communication needs. At our Center for Acute Rehabilitation, we found it helpful to have this board at every nurses station on admittance to assist with early communication.

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