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Visual Necklace: Behavior Management in an Autism Classroom

Visual Necklace: Behavior Management in an Autism Classroom

Visual necklace- this visual necklace understand what is being requested of them as well as to help minimize the talking from adults in the classroom - pinned by DCC

What is Autism?  Note: Experienced SLPs can diagnose autism; however, most work as a team with other professionals to do so.

What is Autism? Note: Experienced SLPs can diagnose autism; however, most work as a team with other professionals to do so.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Check back often for sales and new items. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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This simple chart may be so helpful to a student needing help with coping/ processing. This can be considered a differentiation for a student with challenging behavior and can offer support to him/her without rewards/ punishments! From Ross Greene skills

Sequence Cards for Visual Supports - Lining up with Class

These Sequence Cards for Visual Supports remind student what is appropriate when transitioning and lining up. The teacher can model and these steps before the transition as reteach if necessary.

Cue Cards (large), Visual for Students with Autism or Comm

Cue Cards MEGA set (large):Visual Behavior Tool Book (Autism, Aspergers)

Cue Cards (large), Visual for Students with Autism or Comm - Especially the peck cards I had they used arrows and lines as a simple way of communication.

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Three ‘Rules’ of Good Cinematography

Learn all about behavior mapping and Autism Spectrum Disorder by reading "Behavior Mapping: A Visual Strategy for Teaching Appropriate Behavior to Individuals With Autism Spectrum and Related Disabilities" by Amy Buie, MEd, BCBA, LBA.

Behavior mapping and Autism Spectrum Disorder. "Behavior Mapping: A Visual Strategy for Teaching Appropriate Behavior to Individuals With Autism Spectrum and Related Disabilities" by Amy Buie, MEd, BCBA, LBA.

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