Wednesday, March 16, 2016
About this video
Visual supports are an evidence-based practice that, if used correctly, promote independence by providing meaning and predictability for individuals with ASD.
During this presentation, we will discuss the steps for developing and implementing visual supports for all students. The examples provided will show how these visual supports might look at the middle and high school level.
- Handout - Full.pdf
- Learner Objectives Programming for Middle and High School Students with ASD- Part 3 of 4- Developing and Implementing Age-Appropriate Visual Supports for School and Community.pdf
- Tri-State Webinar - Study Questions - Programming for Middle and High School Students with ASD - Part 3 of 4 - Developing and Implementing Age-Appropriate Visual Supports f.doc