Visual Cards

Visual cards are an excellent way for children with Autism to communicate.Simple, yet effective, visual cards can aid learning and development.

Download our visual card below. You can also visit Twinkl who have a great range of cards available.

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Sensory Diet Activities

Just as your child needs food throughout the course of the day, the need for sensory input is also required.

Download our list of sensory activities that will help to keep a child feeling ‘calm’ and sensorily organized.

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Sensory Information Book

This book by Falkirk Council has been designed so that this information can be shared allowing those who care for a young person with sensory issues to plan for their day.

Download the book for free below.

Me In My Zones

"The Zones of Regulation" is a framework and easy-to-use curriculum for teaching strategies for emotional and sensory self-management.

 

The Zones approach uses four colors to help students identify how they are feeling in the moment given their emotions and level of alertness as well as guide them to strategies to support regulation.

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Communication Friendly Environments

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Scottish Commission for Learning Disabilities

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Griffin: Sensory Regulation Strategies Blog

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Explore Your Senses:

Sensory Toys