I get so excited when I find great resources to share! And this gem is awesome!
Some of you may have heard of the Monarch Center for Autism. They’re an Autism School and Resource Center in Cleveland, Ohio that uses a visual language teaching method within three constructs: visual expression, visual instruction and visual organization.
If you dig deep into their website, there are some very useful visual supports for community, coping strategies, conversations, holidays and daily activities. You’ll find schedules, display boards, checklists, games, guides and even Visual Scene Displays. Many of them are pdf documents ready to print. Others are documents with examples and explanation of use.
To get to the goodies on their website, monarchcenterforautism.com, go to About Us, click on Monarch Model and then click on visual supports within the paragraph. There are so many resources!
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