Posts Tagged ‘choice’

How to support someone with a disability to experience new things

Autism visuals weekly communiatio

I think, I can speak for most of us, we all like routine! Routine is predictable, so it is understandable that people with a disability and limited understanding of verbal communication, like routine. Just because someone has been doing the same thing for a long time, does not mean they enjoy it However, just because…

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Building skills for people to make their own choice

Autism language choice making skills

Building choice making skills for people with  Autism, language & learning impairments People with Autism  and language impairments will often choose the same thing and sometimes oppose change. Giving a person with a disability, opportunities to make their own choices, creates independence and more choice and control over their own lives. Hundreds of choices everyday…

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Visual tips to help people choose what they want to eat

Visual strategies decision making

I want to share with you some visual support strategies on how to best use a choice-board to support a person to have choice and control over their own lives. People with a disability in particular people with Autism Spectrum Disorders have difficulty processing auditory information, having to make their own choice, can sometimes be…

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