Visual Supports

Training Videos

Staff Training for Use of Visual Supports

Many of these tools were in place previously, but are now conveniently located on his iPod Touch and the classroom iPad. It is imperative that the visual supports be used as designed and with fidelity. If you are unclear as to how to use an app, please see me! If you have ideas to further include these types of visual supports I am always open to new ideas!

REFERENCES

Baker, J. (2003). The Social Skills Picture Book Teaching Play, Emotion, and Communication

to Children with Autism. Texas, Future Horizons.


Bernard-Opitz, V. & Haubler, A. (2011). Visual Support for Children With Autism Spectrum

Disorders: Materials for Visual Learners. Kansas, AAPC Publishing.


Buron, K. D. & Curtis, M. (2004). The Incredible 5-Point Scale: Assisting Students with

Autism Spectrum Disorders in Understanding Social Interactions and Controlling Their

Emotional Responses. Autism Asperger Publishing Company:


Cohen, M. J. & Sloan, D. L. (2007). Visual Supports for People with Autism: A Guide for

Parents and Professionals. Maryland: Woodbine House.


Gray, C. (2010). The New Social Story Book. Texas, Future Horizons.


Henry, K. A. (2005). How Do I Teach This Kid? Visual Work Tasks for Beginning Learners on

the Autism Spectrum. Texas: Future Horizons.


Henry, K. A. (2010). How Do I Teach This Kid To Read? Teaching Literacy Skills to Young.


Kabbot, S. & Reeve, C. (2010). Setting up Classroom Spaces That Support Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders. Kansas: AAPC Publishing.


Kuypers, L. (2011). Zones of Regulation. California: Think Social Publishing.


Murray, S. & Noland, B. (2013). Video Modeling for Young Children with Autism Spectrum

Disorders: A Practical Guide for Parents and Professionals. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.