Teacher comforting boy

Are you a teacher or therapist or are you a support person for a student on the autism spectrum?

Young boy using visual schedule

Having a student who experiences the learning and communication challenges related to autism in your classroom or on your caseload can be pretty frustrating when things don’t go well.

But it doesn’t have to be that way

Visual strategies address the key visual learning strengths of most students with ASD. You can create a simple but effective visual support system in your environment in a very short time. Engineering your classroom or therapy room for student success isn’t hard to do. You just need to know what to do.

I can help with that . . .

I can help you discover which visual supports will help your students achieve success. Even bus drivers, lunch ladies and playground helpers can use visual supports to manage the difficult situations they may encounter.

I want to support you!

Young boy pointing to picture cards

Whether you work with a newly diagnosed young child or you have students who are older but still experience communication, social or behavior difficulties, engineering your environment with a visual strategies framework will support your students so they can participate more successfully in their learning opportunities.