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This collection of resources includes information about visual schedules and using visual schedules for individuals with autism. These resources have information for individuals with autism, their families, providers, and the community.
This article explains the benefits of using visual schedules for individuals on the spectrum and provides steps on how to develop your own visual schedule.View Resource
This video serves an introduction to establish individual visual schedules in the classroom.View Resource
This section of the HANDS in Autism website provides information and resources about visual supports.View Resource
This resource from Autism Classroom provides strategies and resources around using first-then schedules with individuals who have autism.View Resource