Friday, January 8, 2016

FREE Printable Visual Image Learning Tools From HANDS In Autism!

Most individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have strengths in visual processing. Using this strength to teach to areas of difficulty can be a successful way to help individuals with an ASD acquire new skills. HANDS in Autism has provided tons of awesome printables to help your child in so many ways! From every part of the day and all sort of things that can be done in that day. Their resources provide many charts for all sorts of routines and schedules. Being a MOM of a child with Autism, this is very wonderful to find for free. While you do have to print yourself, you will save tons of money too. Many companies charge tons for these templates but not HANDS in Autism! Go see for yourself, explore around too! Even if your child doesn't have ASD, these tools can greatly help ANY CHILD.

The following materials provide through the link below are designed to use the visual strength seen in many individuals with an ASD to provide support during challenging times.
**Visual images shown above are found in the First-Then Board link.


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