Understanding the world and our role in it is vital in how independently we are able to participate in it. Designing and implementing individualised comprehension supports will result in greater [...]
Providing visual supports with a dynamic element to support the comprehension, emotional regulation and therefore participation of students in self-care tasks has proven successful.
Children with autism tend to be very literal and therefore the way we support their understanding of loss and death needs to be reflected in concrete and literal language.
When a child with a disability asks for something they love or want, we need the right tools to advise when they might be able to access their request.
Drawing, writing or putting a visual or remnant of the requested event or activity on some kind of schedule or calendar can be incredibly helpful to support understanding and alleviate stress [...]