• Anne Hedelius

Visual Aids

Visual aids are often an important part of the plan to teach using methods from Positive Behavior Supports. Visual aids can help to teach and reinforce the skills you would like your children to learn. Learning new skills becomes fun instead of a power struggle.

Individualized for each child around themes that are age appropriate. Providing you with visual aids is cost effective and an evidence based method for teaching desired behaviors. I am showing some samples that have been helpful to my clients.

Common issues targeted for intervention are toileting, emotional self-regulation, social skills, following a schedule, and anger management.

Visual Aids Make Learning New Skills Fun

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