New visuals, developing personal care and daily living skills

Our Organisation aims to provide people with a disability, the visual resources to develop their skills, in all areas of their life.

We are excited to share our new visual supports,  the personal care routine keyring.

There are two visual routines on one keyring, getting dressed and brushing teeth.

Autism visual aids personal care

Visual aids are a tool used to support people with Autism, Down Syndrome, who have language processing and learning difficulties, understanding what is expected and skill development.

This routine will guide the person through each step of what is required to get dressed and brush their teeth.

NDIS provider visual aids daily living skills

The images are real-life, printed on PVC with a clear white background to reduce distraction and are attached to a keyring.  You can keep your new resources in your pocket and are waterproof.

Pictures include:

  • Getting Dressed Routine
  • Put underwear on
  • Put pants on
  • Put shirt on
  • Put socks on
  • Put shoes on – Finish
  • Brushing Teeth Routine
  • Put toothpaste on toothbrush
  • Wet Toothbrush
  • Brush teeth
  • Rinse mouth
  • Rinse toothbrush – Finish

visual aids personal care hand cards autism

We are proud to be a NDIS Registered Provider of Assistive Technology and Consumables.  You can purchase all your low-cost visual communication aids directly through your AT funding and Consumables – Daily Adaptive Living. No need for a communication assessment.

See -n-Speak NDIS Provider, Assistive Technology, consumables

Email us at enquiries@seeandspeak.com.au to request a quote to submit to the NDIS.

Before I go, here are two phrases to remember when supporting someone with language and learning difficulties:

  • A picture tells a thousand words.
  • Do with, not for.

Want to know more about us, click here.

Read our blog on visual communication strategies for language and learning.

We have an extensive range of visual aids, view all our resources here.

Till next time, Alison

 

Alison Mooney

I am a mother first, Blogger and Founder of See-n-Speak Communication Picture Exchange resources for people with a Disability. Sharing our resources and knowledge successfully using picture exchange as a form of communication with our child.

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