You Get a box PACKED with over 400 Different Laminated Picture Cards covering commonly needed Communication Topics! A HANDY BEST SELLER!
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SpeechPage brand Picture Symbol Cards For Communication Have FUN & COLORFUL Illustrations! These cards are designed to cover most of the popular topics for basic communication! Topics include: foods, greetings, people, calendar words, transportation, action words, art and school supplies, furniture, toys, body parts, clothes, common wants & needs, and many many more!
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More than 400 commonly needed communication 1 3/4” X 2” picture cards! Laminated and cut and ready to be used! Because they are laminated you may choose to stick a dot of Velcro (also available separately for purchase Under: SUPPLIES!) on the back of these handy cards and use them for many different AAC purposes!
(Want more specifics on what cards are in this set? Foods, (i.e. popcorn, apple, chips, sandwich, etc.) Drinks ( i.e. water, milk, juice), Common Needs (ie. bathroom, tissue, lotion, pencil etc.) and Common Activities (i.e. eat, puzzle, TV, sensory, etc.), People (Nurse, Teacher, Mom, Dad, etc.) Animals, Places, Body Parts, Months, Days, Verbs, and many many MANY more!)
At SpeechPage Publishing Co. ALL are images are illustrated by a Speech Language Pathologist with over 20 years of experience who is specialist in AAC, and has worked with large numbers of students with Autism for over 15 years. NO GENERIC & Abstract CLIP ART! It really makes a difference with this type of Speech Therapy! (CLIP ART COMPUTER PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNED FOR EVERYONE, BUT THESE SPEECHPAGES ARE ILLUSTRATED & DESIGNED BY AN EXPERIENCED SLP FOR AAC SPEECH THERAPY!)
While the way any material is used will vary based on the unique situations and abilities of the users, here are some general usage ideas.
For setting up a visual picture schedule system, these cards may work well with our free download:
"SpeechPage's 13 Pages of Picture Schedule & Visual Strategies!"
The free download has a variety of display pages and ideas to get you started.
Some suggestions for usage are included in this free download. It says in part:
"Some individuals have difficulty with following the order of the events of their day. A visual schedule can help to make the ideas of the daily routine more understandable to students who have difficulty with abstract concepts. A visual schedule breaks down the individual tasks into steps that are represented with visual pictures, which are better understood by those who have stronger visual learning skills."
The use of picture symbols for the student's expressive communication will vary depending on the levels of understanding and abilities of the student. These symbols could be used in communication systems that involve picture exchange or communication systems involving pointing, such as when they are displayed in pocket chart pages or velcroed onto surfaces for display. Ability to understand symbolic representations such as picture symbols will vary. Please consult with a Speech Language Pathologist for further information on using picture communication systems.
Teaching Concepts such as Categories:
These cards cover a wide range of common daily vocabulary themes such as 'foods', 'clothes', 'art supplies' etc. A fun teaching idea for working with the student to understand categories might be sorting some of them into groups by common features. One idea might be labeling sections of a paper into the category groups such as food or drink and working with the student to understand why a card might work best in a certain category or in more than one category. Another fun idea is to put three 'fruit' cards and one 'non fruit together and ask the student to find the one that does not fit the group. etc.
There may be other usage ideas not mentioned here as well. We recommend consulting with the student's educational team for specific home-carryover or other usage of any materials.
NOTE: Suggestions for possible use only. The clinician's familiarity with a variety of AAC and other Speech Therapy methods is assumed, as this set does not include or imply specific instructions or methods for use. Not all clients are capable of using specific forms of AAC. All materials are sole design of SpeechPage.com and are not endorsed, sponsored by or associated with any other company or affiliation or program. SpeechPage materials are never intended as or are a substitution for any training of any program of any sort.
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