Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

June 29, 2016 by - Leave your thoughts

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Over the years, we’ve written quite a bit on the prAACtical powers of visual schedules. Activity schedules, known also as mini schedules or task schedules, are great ways to help AAC learners understand what will be happening in a particular activity. Understanding what events will take place helps us all better prepare ourselves for active and appropriate participation in those events. In today’s post, we feature a number of short videos with information on and examples of this strategy. Thanks to the Watson Institute for creating and sharing these videos.

Going to the Doctor’s Office

Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

Going to the Library

Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

Going to Physical Education (PE) Class

Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

Going to a Fast Food Restaurant 

Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

Getting Ready for Bed

Video of the Week: Activity Schedule AACtion

 

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This post was written by Carole Zangari

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