Autism Handout Cards - Visual Aids for Autism

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Autism Handout Cards - Visual Aids for Autism
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Autism visual aids are most commonly referred to as PECS, which means: Picture Exchange Communication System.

This system has several phases spanning from pointing at symbols on a communication board, exchanging large cards with symbols or real photo's for the item, and using smaller hook and loop fastener routines and schedules.

Visual aids can be used for in a variety of situations and occasions, such as: school, shopping, and home.

Some children who are non-verbal find visual resources brilliant for communicating their wants and needs.

Our range of Boardmaker and real stock photo visual aids have been tried and tested, and we've received excellent feedback regarding successful response rates and communication breakthroughs.

You can buy our handy bundle which contains ALL our Boardmaker resources (excluding any visual aids made after Sept 2016) which totals 141 visual aids: CLICK HERE TO VIEW MONEY SAVING BUNDLE

This pack includes:

* 2 pages of 9 credit card sized cards
* 1 page consists of DAUGHTER cards
* 1 page consists of SON cards

- PDF and ready to print

- Designed to be small enough to carry when out and about

- This has been made to handout and make others aware

- Print, laminate, and trim :)

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Website: www.autimsymbols.co.uk
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