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Why Schedules Matter: They're Not Just for Kids (Webinar)

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Visual Schedules are one of the first strategies parents of children with autism learn about but parents often feel like this is a strategy or support that is needed only in the early years of supporting someone with autism. We will discuss the use of visual schedules and other visual supports for children and adults with autism. Visual supports are the key to promoting growth and independence for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder throughout the lifespan. Examples of how to implement and utilize visual schedules in a variety or settings and stages of life will be shared.

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  • Review of core characteristics of autism
  • Discuss why visual schedules and other visual supports are essential for individuals with autism to learn skills and gain independence.
  • Demonstrate how to create a variety of visual schedules and how to implement their use at home and in other settings.
  • Introduce other kinds of visual supports that complement visual schedules.

For more information contact Nancy Popkin at npopkin@autismsociety-nc.org.

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