• See-n-Speak is now a registered NDIS Service Provider (National Disability Insurance Scheme)
  • Childrens emotions and feelings
  • Picture exchange communication for people with a disability

    Picture exchange communication & Routines

Welcome to our Online Store of ready made Visual Communication Aids for people with a Disability      

Visual supports for parents of children with a disability, autism, developmental delay,

Visual supports to prompt communication at home

Clear images with no background distraction (PECS) to help children at home:

  • tell you their needs & wants, make their own choices.
  • follow morning, afternoon & bedtime routines
  • Understand where they are going, learn the names of places in the Community
  • Prompt language, communication & interaction
  • Learn acceptable behaviours, toileting & be able to read emotions and feelings
  • Visuals as a communication tool are recommended by Speech pathologists.

Will benefit:

small Children, people with Autism, Down Syndrome, language & learning disabilities, English as a second language.

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Preschool & childcare learning resources for children with a disabliity

Visual Aids for routine & transitioning at Preschool and Childcare

Clear images with no background distraction (PECS) to help children at your Centre:

  • transition from one activity to another.
  • follow routine
  • Prompt play, academic and social skills
  • learn acceptable behaviour, toileting & understanding feelings & emotions

Will benefit:

small Children, people with Autism, Down Syndrome, language & learning disabilities, English as a second language.

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  • Speech & Occupational Therapists – Our packs are ready made, all our visual cue cards are cut, laminated & labelled, saving you time making them. Phone us 0432 684 704 to discuss a discount for your clients.

  • Phone us 0432 684 704 to organise a FREE DEMONSTRATION. 

It’s here! The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is beginning the roll out to people with a disability across Australia. Visit the NDIS website for more information on reasonable and necessary supports for people with a disability.

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