ASD Supportive Keychain or Lanyard Visuals/Commands with Tabs: A set of symbols to support positive behavior for situations which may often be encountered when working with students on the autism spectrum. Each picture card has a small tab with a miniature of the image for quick access. The tabs are arranged in different places from top to bottom on the right side for easy visibility. They can be placed on a keyring and then kept on a lanyard or a badge reel (which can be clipped to a belt loop).
Included are “stop,” “more,” “ready to work,” “all done,” “sit,” “sit on floor,” “stand,” “I need help,” “quiet;” however they are not listed in a particular order; the user can order them as desired.
This is the set I made for myself. I included both an image of a person in a chair and a person on the carpet so that the child will see their specific expectation and avoid confusion.