This series of visuals are designed to be used on a lanyard (neck tie) for easy and regular access when communicating with children with special needs. They include visuals relating to behaviour, emotions, basic instructions and basic needs.
This size and format of these visuals are designed to be hole punched in the corner and then worn on a lanyard around the parents/careers/teachers neck. We placed the series of visuals back to back for easier reference and also to make the size of the card pack less bulky.
We placed similar visuals together back to back such as the hand sign for stop and the red stop sign or the drink and food visuals. Having a son with Down Syndrome, we also placed the inappropriate behaviours with no symbols on them back to back with the preferred behaviour such as "no kicking" and "feet down" so it was easy to convey what we were wanting /expecting to stop and then happen in a clear concise manner.
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