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Research indicates that people with autism are much better at processing information that is presented to them in a visual format than they are at processing information presented verbally.
A visual schedule will tell the student with autism what activities will occur and in what sequence.
Download the toilet schedule (DOCX 58KB) for a visual sequence to support students using the bathroom.
Download the boy toilet schedule (PDF 39.4KB) for a visual sequence to support male students using the bathroom.
Download the girl toilet schedule (PDF 40.5KB) for a visual sequence to support female students using the bathroom.
The Washing hands sequence (DOCX 1MB) can help students remember the hygienic practice on a daily basis.
The items for school (DOCX 23KB) will assist a student in finding and preparing all the items they would need for school.
This ready for school (DOCX 232KB) will help support a student's before school routine.
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