support the understanding and recall of all children with visual supports
Visual Aids are widely reported to benefit both visual learners and those with additional needs. However, their use can support the understanding and expressive language skills of all students. Benefits of using Visual Aids
Increases processing time vs. speech alone
Increases eye contact
Reduces anxiety and behaviours of concern
Assists memory recall
Helps to motivate
Supports social interactions
Teaches new skills and facilitates independence
Gives a voice to students who are shy, non-verbal or who have difficulties communicating effectively.
Yes, Visual Aids do take time to develop. This can be a deterrent for both professionals and families who do not have the extra hours needed to source images, laminate and Velcro symbols.
But Not All Talk Speech Pathology is here to help! We will make and deliver your visual aids so they can be implemented in no time at all. If you need a visual aid that is not listed here, for example, a personalised social story, please contact us directly to discuss how we can help.
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