Visual Schedules for Autistic Children
Below are our own original visual schedules created for MJ to help him ease his frustration and anxiety, and adjust to any changes or routines at home, school and the community.
Picture schedules also help him to learn and complete new tasks and become more independent. These sample visual schedules are shared here to give you ideas on how to make individualized picture schedules for any occasion.
After School I Can is a personal photo album picture schedule used to plan and teach after school tasks and activities, and offers an autistic child a way to make choices.
Bathroom Visual Picture Schedule is useful for a child with autism as a reminder checklist of the basic steps to use the bathroom at home and at school.
Birthday Party Visual Picture Schedule is used for our loved one with autism and serves many purposes: events, choices, activities and as a table placemat.
Autism Camp Visual Schedule allows the camper to see what a typical day at camp may be like.
My Morning Routine At Home is an autism daily activity schedule to help an autistic child get dressed independently.
My Morning Routine At Home Part Two is an autism daily activity schedule or checklist we use to help a child learn essential everyday hygiene skills independently.
My Morning Routine At School is an autism daily activity schedule to help an autistic child learn the daily practice of what to do once he arrives at school.
Visual Classroom Schedule Samples for both younger and older students with autism.
Visual Picture Schedule Sample used to improve learning and understanding for a child with autism about to have oral surgery and dental anesthesia.
Learn How to Make Visual Schedules
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