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If you don't have this, NOW is the time to get it. Visual Schedules made super easy & teaching of emotions and waiting. Belongs in your app toolbox. Choiceworks - Visual Support System with Schedule, Feelings and Waiting Picture Boards for Special Education and Autism - Educational App
Picture Me Calm ($0.99 on 1/1/13) an easy to use visual scheduling system for non-typical and typical children. ✩ Create unlimited picture cards and schedules ✩ Relieve anxiety and provide positive support for your child Designed as a visual picture schedule for our daughter who has high functioning autism. Each child can have one or more visual schedules tailored to their needs and abilities with pictures of themselves performing the tasks.
Chevron themed classrooms for students needing visual supports can now have schedules that match their theme. Package includes 15 picture schedules, 8 written schedules, group schedules and check-in visuals, classroom rules, classroom jobs, visual cueing belts and other visuals. $11
A schedule, video modelling and rewards app rolled in to one! Use your own videos or access a bunch of videos of daily living activities, including hygiene for young adults.
Learning tool for helping children complete daily routines (morning, day, & night), understand & control their feelings and improve their waiting skills (taking turns and not interrupting). Based on the multi-award winning Choiceworks Visual Support System (www.beevisual.com). App is $6.99 USD
Stepping Stones - Daily Routines ($0.99) Stepping Stones is a simple and user-friendly app which allows you to quickly create visual guides or ‘Paths’, using your own photos. Paths make great graphic organizers. You can outline daily routines and schedules or describe the steps of an event or activity. Paths also make great social stories. Offers a clean and simple experience for children and adults who benefit from visual support.
First-Then visual schedule application is designed for caregivers to provide positive behavior support. For individuals with communication needs, developmental delays, Autism or those who benefit from a structured environment; visual schedules serve to increase independence and lower anxiety during transitions through different activities.