Individuals with ASD typically require instructional strategies specifically designed to meet his/her unique needs. The following strategies are key components of programs for individuals with ASD. These strategies are necessary to facilitate skill acquisition by many learners on the spectrum. Strategies are effective across home, school, work, and community settings.
* Visual Supports ? The vast majority of individuals on the spectrum are visual learners (i.e.- they learn what they see not what they hear). However, most instructional information is auditory in nature. To help bridge that educational gap, most learners with ASD require visual supports. The following are examples of visual supports that are effective with child and adults with ASD.
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