Posts Tagged ‘ndis’

Picture schedules to help process change to routine

picture communication supports routine disability autism

Some people with a disability, in particular people with autism spectrum disorders, who have limited or no language, rely on a picture to process what is going on around them. Some people with a disability, find it difficult to process what day of the week it is and what they are doing, on any given…

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New visuals, developing personal care and daily living skills

Visual aids personal Care 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. Visual aids are a tool used…

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Custom make your own visual communication keyring. Autism & Disability supports

NDIS Autism DIsabilty custom made communication supports

Choose from over 60 images to custom make your own visual, communication and behaviour support  keyring. A visual communication aid for people with Autism and language disorders to be able to carry with them, to express their needs, wants, behaviours, emotions and more. We believe everyone contributes to society and everyone’s situation is unique to…

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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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