“Got Pecs?” – Great Links to Websites with Free Pecs « PS 373R Robert Randall School

“Got Pecs?” – Great Links to Websites with Free Pecs

PECS visual cues 7 visual schedule for potty training a child with autism or special needs

11 TIPS FOR POTTY TRAINING A CHILD WITH AUTISM

PECS visual cues 7 visual schedule for potty training a child with autism or special needsTap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

This package contains the directions and printables of this visual aid I use in class. Included in this package is all you need to create your own powerful Behaviour Management tool

Visual Support Booklet for Behaviour Management

This package contains the directions and printables of this visual aid I use in class. Included in this package is all you need to create your own powerful Behaviour Management tool

Printable Editable Visual Timetable Cards - one of the most effective tools in any early years classroom. Ready to print timetable cards or editable to add your own font/text | you clever monkey

Why and How to Use Visual Timetable Effectively

Printable Editable Visual Timetable Cards - one of the most effective tools in any early years classroom. Ready to print timetable cards or editable to add your own font/text

In our world, P is for PECS. PECS stands for Picture Exchange Communication System and is a huge part of our lives. Learn about it today on Autism A to Z.

How to Get Started with PECS for Your Autistic Child

If your child has a speech or language delay, your speech therapist may suggest using PECS. But what are PECS and how do you get started with them?

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