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This Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) info sheet can be helpful to parents whose children are just beginning an ABA program. If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your support by making a voluntary contribution in
Daycare Drop-Off doesn't always go as planned. Use this tip sheet to help make small changes and improve drop off for parents and children. If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your support by making a voluntary
Who doesn't want more sleep! Use this tip sheet when working with parents to help give them some guidance on ways they can help their children sleep in their own beds (if that is their goal)! If you love this and want to see more resources like this
Our Fact Files are such a fun way to encourage children to learn interesting facts about one another. Have your students fill out their fact files (or work together to fill out each other's) and then facilitate connections between students to help
A visual schedule can be a wonderful way to help young learners increase independence with everyday activities, like a bedtime routine!If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your support by making a voluntary
Understand prompt hierarchies doesn't have to be overly technical. Use this visual to help parents, paraprofessionals, teachers, behavioral therapists and anyone utilizing prompts with children to help make Prompt Guidelines and Hierarchies as
Have you ever thought about how many steps are actually involved in some of your basic routines, like brushing teeth? Most of us go about our day without even thinking about it. This visual can help children with autism work on increasing their
Use this "Power of Choice worksheet to identify your core value, identify ONE goal that is in line with your core value, and identify the path that will help you achieve your goal. What roadblocks might be in your way? How will you overcome them?
Check out our Functional Communication Training tip sheet. This is perfect for training teachers and paraprofessionals on this important skill to help reduce challenging behaviors. If you love this and want to see more resources like this one,
Using a visual schedule to show students what to expect at circle time, with rules on the back, is a great way to help reduce challenging behavior during circle time. If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your
Here is a meal skills visual support that can help your student or child learn the rules of a meal time!If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your support by making a voluntary contribution in the amount you feel
Help your student make a plan! Writing down your goals and how you will achieve them can help keep you on track. Why not use this same strategy with children? If you give this a try, take a picture of your "I Can Plan" sheet and tag us on Instagram
If you've been following along for the last week or so, you have seen a number of Visual Supports (Meal Time, Circle Time, Morning Routine, etc). Why do I keep posting these??? To make your life easier! As teachers and parents, we have to remember
This worksheet is beneficial for kids who need to work on understanding someone else's perspective, identifying possible solutions to the problem, and then working with the other person to find a mutually agreed upon solution. How can you use this??
Use this visual support with little learners to encourage independence with everyday routines! If you love this and want to see more resources like this one, please show your support by making a voluntary contribution in the amount you feel