I wanted to pull together the free resources that I already have so they are easily accessible. I hope that you find something useful here and do let me know if you have ideas that you would like to see added in the future:
Therapy & Support
therapy and support that helps your child is amazing here are some things that have helped us. My quick guide to supporting challenging behaviour
The guide includes:
STAR behaviour analysis Speech & language tips Behaviour replacement suggestions Visual aids ideas Social stories tips 11 ways to support autistic children
A 2 page flyer with 11 ways to support young autistic children at home or in school / nursery.
One Page Profile Home learning Timetable
I created this home learning timetable to support us during the Covid-19 lock down but it will be equally useful in school holidays. You can download my timetable or a blank template.
Visual Aids Visuals are so important for children that have communication difficulties.
A4 Washing hands poster with a visual for each step.
Washing Hands Posters:
This pack includes:
Doing a poo on the toilet Doing a wee in the toilet How to wash your hands Visual aids Picture Exchange Communication / PECS Cards Bedtime Routine Christmas Visuals
This pack includes:
Social stories PECS Cards Visual aids 10 Green Bottles
A great way to give your kids a role as you are singing. They can pull the bottles off the wall as you sing 10 green bottles.
5 little monkeys
Visual aid and words for 5 little monkeys nursery rhyme. Also available is 5 little ducks.
Pancakes step by step
Step by step visual guide to making fluffy pancakes or classic thin pancakes.
Making a sandwich
One page step by step visual guide to making a sandwich.
One page step by step visual to make blueberry milkshake.
For more information see my post on
social stories. Saying Hello
Saying hello to our friends social story.
Visiting the Hairdressers
Social story we use to visit the hairdresser. Along with one for EK Hair in Bristol.
A very basic visual story to support Easter Egg Hunts.
A visual story to support Christmas Day
If you like visual activities you may want to check out my
attention building activity booklet.
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