This series of visuals can be used to help children, special needs students in particular, in knowing and understanding what behaviour is expected of them and to allow greater communication where speech is often delayed.
This series contains common displayed behaviours. There are two types of visuals used to modify behaviour. Firstly those behaviours that are not acceptable displaying a "no" symbol through them and secondly preferred behaviour options.
The professionals consulted who work with Down syndrome children suggested showing the "no" symbol over unacceptable behaviour first and then the appropriate response second to bring about the best long term change whereas professionals consulted who work with children on the autism spectrum recommend only showing the preferred behaviour to eliminate the negative action.
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