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Visual Supports

Children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) learn best when visual supports are put in place in their home and other environments. These resources provide parents with a variety of strategies and tips for creating and using visual supports across their child’s day.

  Requesting-Help.pdf
  Universal-NO-Symbol.doc
  Universal-NO-Symbol.pdf
  Using-a-NO-Symbol.doc
  Using-a-NO-Symbol.pdf
  Visual-Count-Down-Board.doc
  Visual-Count-Down-Board.pdf
  Visual-Schedules.doc
  Visual-Schedules.pdf
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