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FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option! #autism #BHSM #AAC

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FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains

Activity and Choice Boards for Autism

FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option! #autism #BHSM #AAC

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Function boards are great for fine motor skills, working with small pieces, as well as matching for cognition. Can be interchanged for whatever is being taught in the music classroom Autism Activities, Autism Resources, Speech Therapy Activities, Sorting Activities, Autism Education, Preschool Language Activities, Aba Therapy For Autism, Eal Resources, Autism Preschool
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Using tactile symbols to support communication with students who have low vision and complex communication needs.

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Using tactile symbols to support clients who have low vision and complex communication needs. This image represents that although someone may have a vision impairment they can still be communicated to via touch (tactile)

Using Tactile Symbols to Support Communication

Getting started using tactile symbols to support communication with students who have low vision and are non-verbal.

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