How it Works
What is Guided Learning?
What are the different types of charts?
Guided Learning Visual Aids can be customised for each family’s needs with a choice to suit the child’s gender. You can also choose between A4 or A3 sizes for travelling convenience and to suit your available space at home. Charts included are Rewards Charts, Morning Routine, Afternoon Routine, Bathtime Routine, Bedtime Routine, Going Out, Daily Schedule and Packing My Bag.
Once tasks are completed your child can be rewarded with a Smiley Face, Star or another reward or picture. The child accumulates image rewards to earn an overall reward, such as going to the park, bowling, computer time or a favourite food.
Will it work for my child?
What research supports Guided Learning?
Using visual supports with young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
“Visual schedules (e.g., daily schedule, minischedule) can help children with disabilities anticipate the order of events and activities, and increase independence”
Visual Supports for Students with Autism
“According to Hodgdon (2000), visual supports, when implemented correctly, allow students with autism the freedom to engage in life, regardless of impairment.”
“Rao and Gagie (2006) indicated that educators have noted that when visual schedules are posted, the amount of stress, anxiety, and behavioral outbursts is significantly reduced.”