Using Visuals to Support Autistic Children

A short course on how to make the best use of visuals when supporting autistic learners. Available as part of the Getting it Right membership or for individual purchase.
Using Visuals to Support Autistic Children
5 star rating

Helpful and informative

Helen McDonald

A very clear, informative course on the importance of using visuals. Thank you.

A very clear, informative course on the importance of using visuals. Thank you.

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5 star rating

Great Insight!

Linsey Myford

Really useful, not only for early years but also older children and young people.

Really useful, not only for early years but also older children and young people.

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What you'll learn on this course

  • 1

    Using Visuals to Support Autistic Children

    • Using Visuals Introduction

    • Visual Timetables

    • Visuals at Home

    • Visuals for Learning

    • Visuals in the Curriculum Ideas

    • Summary - Using Visuals to Support Autistic Children

    • Links to Online Resources for Visual Symbols

    • Downloadable Resources

This course is available for individual purchase or as part of the Getting it Right membership, starting at just £10 per month for individual membership.

Or, buy this course as a one-time purchase

Get TWO MONTHS FREE when you choose an annual membership. Get in touch to find out more.

How do whole school memberships work? Join today, or contact us to purchase via PO / invoice and we will provide a voucher code for all your staff to enrol or we can bulk enrol all your staff.

Your Instructor

Instructor

Lynn McCann

Lynn McCann and her Team at Reachout ASC are a centre of excellence in supporting autistic children and young people in the education system. They are currently working closely with parents and schools to support their autistic pupils through the lockdown. Lynn is the author of three books for teachers, and delivers training and speaking engagements around the country. The team specialises in supporting educational accessibility, mental wellbeing and personal development with their autistic students.