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By Linda Hodgdon

About Tackling Troubling Situations with Visual Strategies

Visual strategies provide support to help students successfully manage situations that are difficult for them.  The principle of visually supported communication is simple, yet the impact on student success is profound. This course includes:

  • Introduction to Visual Strategies
  • Observations About the Population
  • Communication Skills in the Targeted Population
  • Assessing Receptive Communication Skills
  • 10 Classroom Essentials for Autism Success
  • Samples and Examples of Visual Strategies
  • Exploring low tech to high tech options
  • Creating Visual Tools
  • Potpourri of Questions and Issues

Participants will learn to:

  • Identify significant factors in student learning and functioning style that affect communication.
  • Recognize situations where communication breakdowns can affect the student’s understanding, behavior and participation in learning and social opportunities.
  • Develop visual tools to support communication, behavior & social skills

This program will explore simple solutions to solve sometimes major communication and behavior problems. Visual strategies are used effectively with students of all ages in both special and regular education settings.

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About the Teacher

Linda Hodgdon

Linda Hodgdon, CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist who is internationally known as a pioneer in developing the use of visual strategies to support communication for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders or related learning needs. In this program, Linda shares some of her simple, practical strategies to help students achieve success in their life opportunities.

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