A List of Created Documents
If you’re trying to find a low-tech/back-up option for AAC, I did make two QWERTY-style letter boards with some picture communication symbols along the bottom. This is the one I’m allowed to share, as I have permission to share PCS/Boardmaker symbols. Unfortunately, the one I actually made/use as my own backup has the symbols from Proloquo2Go, and I don’t have permission for that one.
These are some simple visual schedule sheets. I uploaded the Microsoft Word versions so that you can edit them as needed, putting in what pictures or colors you prefer.
Visual Schedule Outline – PDF file
Housekeeping and Chores – PDF file
Picture Communication Symbols
I have permission to share these as I’m licensed to distribute them, yay! Remember, these are intended to be used for visual schedules and helping make decisions when overwhelmed – not for any form of ABA, PECS, or token boards. Here are some things I’ve put together.
Picture Communication Symbols – PDF file (print off, cut, and laminate)
Grocery Picture Communication Symbols – PDF file (print off, cut, and laminate)
Today, I Feel… – PDF file
Food Options – PDF file
Things You Can Do When Bored – PDF file
First-Then Board – PDF file ( use this for transitions, not for things that the person hates or for ABA things!)
From My Conversation Cards Post:
I made some “conversation cards” for scripting, when my brain has trouble loading what I want to say. Here’s an editable version and a PDF version:
Conversation Cards – Word document that can be edited
conversation-cards – PDF file, not editable.
Workshops and Projects
Mock IEP Project – This is from my Beginner’s Guide to the IEP post. It’s an IEP I wrote from scratch for an assignment. It’s not perfect, but it might be helpful as a representation of what the document looks like.
From My Managing and Preventing Meltdowns Presentation:
Managing and Preventing Meltdowns PowerPoint
Free printables I made:
From My Organization and Planning: Practical Strategies for Independent Living Presentation:
Outside Informational Sheets and Presentations
These are documents and resources not created by me, but are super helpful.
From the Emergency Medicine Post
Medical Emergencies: A Practical Guide PowerPoint
I was granted permission by the wonderful ETSU EM/ERGE group that created this PowerPoint to share it here. This belongs to them, not me. For any additional questions or inquiries, please contact EMERGETSU@gmail.com!
Fact sheets from Autism Acceptance Month