Check out the full episode to get everything you need to learn about visual schedules.
In this insightful episode, Lisa talks about the crucial role of visual schedules in supporting students with special needs, especially those on the Autism Spectrum, to understand and navigate their daily routines. She talks about the challenges of the misconception that visual schedules are unnecessary or time-consuming, highlighting their evidence-based effectiveness. Lisa also outlines various reasons why visual schedules are essential, including their anxiety-reducing benefits, promotion of independence, prevention of arguments, and provision of helpful reminders for students. By using minimal verbal cues and relying on visual aids, these schedules cater to the unique processing challenges children face on the spectrum. In addition, she also dives into the versatility of visual schedules, offering multiple versions adaptable to various settings, and underscores their positive impact on improving on-task behaviors and fostering communication and social skills. This podcast episode is a compelling call to special education teachers to understand the value of visual schedules as a powerful tool in creating a supportive learning environment for all students.
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