Visual Schedules

When learning routines, some individuals may benefit from having steps presented in a meaningful sequence with a clear start and finish (Schneider & Goldstein, 2009). Particularly, children with challenging behaviors, an intellectual disability, or autism spectrum disorder benefit from the use of visual schedules. Visual activity schedules are especially helpful to improve transition and on-task behavior (Zimmerman, Ledford, & Barton, 2017; MacDuff, Krantz, & McClannahan, 1993).

EBI Brief for Visual Schedules

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