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Austism Module

Visual Supports

True or False: Individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) learn in a variety of different ways. True
True or False: The terms visual supports, visual strategies, or visual cues are not used synonymously False
What are the four steps for setting up visual boundaries are: Define the need Define the boundary Teach the boundary Evaluate success
Labels and ____________ are among the simplest visual supports. Locators
True or False: Visual schedules can only be used at work and school. False
True or False: Visual supports assist individuals with ASD in all aspects of their day. True
True or False: Written words, gestures, schedules, and maps are the only examples of visual supports? False
Created by: c803g648